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Issue: 311
Date: 16 November 1973

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
Kittens Kittens
October 2013
David Cameron George Osborne William Hague David Cameron
January 2011
Theresa May Boris Johnson Liam Fox Jeremy Hunt Chris Grayling Priti Patel David Mundell David Gauke Gavin Williamson Ben Gummer Baroness Evans David Liddington Sajid Javid David Davis Amber Rudd Philip Hammond Michael Fallon Elizabeth Truss Theresa May
September 2016
2000s
Clare Short Clare Short
May 2003
Ulrika Jonsson Sven Goran Eriksson Ulrika Jonsson
May 2002
George W Bush George W Bush
September 2005
1990s
Paddy Ashdown Neil Kinnock John Major Ian Paisley Paddy Ashdown
April 1992
Norman Lamont Norman Lamont
January 1992
William Waldegrave William Waldegrave
February 1996
1980s
Princess Diana Prince Charles Princess Diana
November 1987
David Owen David Steel David Owen
May 1987
Nigel Lawson Nigel Lawson
October 1987
1970s
Jeremy Thorpe Jeremy Thorpe
July 1979
Richard Nixon Jimmy Carter Richard Nixon
January 1978
Harold Wilson Harold Wilson
September 1977
1960s
The Queen The Queen
September 1965
Ian Smith Ian Smith
March 1968
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