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Issue: 238
Date: 29 January 1971

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 Rupert Murdoch
May 2012
Kate Middleton Prince William Prince Charles Camilla Parker Bowles The Queen Prince Philip David Cameron Nick Clegg Kate Middleton
November 2010
David Cameron David Cameron
August 2010
2000s
Lord Butler Lord Butler
July 2004
Margaret Beckett Condoleezza Rice Margaret Beckett
August 2006
Bob Geldof Paul McCartney Madonna Pete Townshend Elton John Pete Doherty Bob Geldof
July 2005
1990s
Tony Blair Cherie Blair John Prescott Pauline Prescott Tony Blair
January 1999
Princess Diana John Major Robert Maxwell Cecil Parkinson Princess Diana
October 1991
Ted Heath Margaret Thatcher Ted Heath
March 1990
1980s
Ken Livingstone Ken Livingstone
August 1981
Margaret Thatcher Paul Eddington Nigel Hawthorne Margaret Thatcher
January 1984
Margaret Thatcher Cecil Parkinson Margaret Thatcher
October 1983
1970s
British Leyland British Leyland
December 1974
Denis Healey Denis Healey
November 1976
Christmas Jeremy Thorpe Christmas
December 1977
1960s
Richard Ingrams Ted Heath Richard Ingrams
January 1969
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