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Issue: 1401
Date: 18 September 2015

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
Hilary Benn Jeremy Corbyn Hilary Benn
December 2015
Richard Branson Richard Branson
November 2011
Naomi Campbell Phillip Green Naomi Campbell
August 2010
2000s
William Hague William Hague
October 2000
George W Bush George Bush Laura Bush Barbara Bush George W Bush
January 2001
Iain Duncan Smith Betsy Duncan Smith Iain Duncan Smith
October 2002
1990s
Norman Tebbit Norman Tebbit
April 1990
Gordon Brown Gordon Brown
March 1998
John Major John Major
February 1993
1980s
Christmas Robert Maxwell Christmas
December 1986
Neil Kinnock Michael Foot Neil Kinnock
July 1983
Margaret Thatcher Willie Whitelaw Geoffrey Howe Norman St John-Stevas Margaret Thatcher
January 1981
1970s
Denis Healey Denis Healey
June 1976
Takeo Fukuda Giulio Andreotti Jimmy Carter Jim Callaghan Helmut Schmidt Valery Giscard d'Estaing Pierre Trudeau Takeo Fukuda
May 1977
Ted Heath Ted Heath
June 1972
1960s
Alec Douglas-Home Alec Douglas-Home
January 1964
Reginald Maudling Reginald Maudling
September 1962
Lyndon B Johnson Harold Wilson Lyndon B Johnson
February 1968
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