COVERS LIBRARY
SEARCH COVER STAR: SEARCH COVER:
SEARCH YEAR: SEARCH YEAR:
TOP COVER STARS: TOP COVER STARS:
Viewing: Issue 1374


1374

Issue: 1374
Date: 5 September 2014

Boris Johnson Dominic Raab Boris Johnson
September 2021
The Taliban Joe Biden Parliament Army Soldiers The Taliban
August 2021
Prince Charles Boris Johnson Prince Charles
August 2021
2010s
Rupert Murdoch Jerry Hall Rupert Murdoch
January 2016
Theresa May Arlene Foster Damian Green Nigel Dodds Gavin Williamson Jeffrey Donaldson Theresa May
June 2017
Gordon Brown David Cameron Nick Clegg Sarah Brown Michael Caine Ed Balls Nick Griffin Gordon Brown
April 2010
2000s
Tony Blair Gordon Brown Tony Blair
May 2007
Adolf Hitler Nazi Party Adolf Hitler
September 2009
Fred Goodwin Fred Goodwin
March 2009
1990s
John Major Norma Major John Major
April 1996
John Prescott John Prescott
December 1999
George Carey Basil Hulme George Carey
March 1995
1980s
Leon Brittan Leon Brittan
August 1985
Jimmy Carter Jimmy Carter
April 1980
Michael Edwardes Michael Edwardes
October 1981
1970s
Ted Heath Ted Heath
July 1972
Denis Howell Denis Howell
September 1976
Jim Callaghan Jim Callaghan
April 1976
1960s
Winston Churchill Winston Churchill
February 1965
Richard Nixon Richard Nixon
November 1968
This Private Eye covers library has been transferred over from the website Ugandan Discussions.

All covers and material are the copyright of Private Eye.

Please contact 020 7437 4017 in advance for reproduction permission and details of our charges.
ONLY IN THE MAGAZINE
Private Eye Issue 1556
In This Issue
Prince Andrew to officially open a number of cupboards in which to hide – Court Circular exclusive… Panic buying starts as government promises there will be no October lockdown… Senior ministers vent fury at PM's national insurance rise by voting for it and not resigning… 'This is now the party for me,' says Jeremy Corbyn as tax-and-spend Tories fall behind in the polls… Raducanu victory on Amazon Prime and C4 signals end of the BBC… Relief as British weaponry left behind for Taliban turns out not to work… Keir Starmer unveils snappy 14,000- word Labour election slogan… Widespread joy as offices reopen and rush-hour traffic jams resume… Miriam Margolyes' Diary, as told to Craig Brown

Laughing stocks
Big Tory donors unfazed by the NI hike

Profits of doom
More rich pickings for Covid entrepreneurs

Teen vaccination
MD on the arguments for and against

Read these stories and much more - only in the magazine. Subscribe here to get delivery direct to your home and never miss an issue!
ONLY £2.50
SUBSCRIBE HERE
NEXT ISSUE ON SALE
29th September 2021
WHY SUBSCRIBE?
Private Eye Issue 1555
MORE FROM PRIVATE EYE