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Issue: 419
Date: 6 January 1978

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
The Queen Michael Gove Chris Grayling The Queen
March 2016
Theresa May Nicola Sturgeon Nigel Farage Paul Nuttall Philip Hammond Tom Watson Jeremy Corbyn Theresa May
March 2017
Tom Watson The Queen Prince Philip Tony Blair Gordon Brown John Major Nadiya Hussain Tom Watson
October 2015
2000s
Ken Livingstone Tony Blair Ken Livingstone
July 2005
Gordon Brown Father Christmas Gordon Brown
December 2007
Cherie Blair Cherie Blair
August 2003
1990s
Tony Blair Tony Blair
October 1995
Rugby Rugby
May 1999
1980s
Len Murray Len Murray
December 1983
Margaret Thatcher Mickey Mouse Margaret Thatcher
March 1989
Peter Parker Peter Parker
January 1982
1970s
Reginald Maudling Reginald Maudling
March 1971
Ted Heath Vic Feather Ted Heath
August 1972
Jeremy Thorpe Jeremy Thorpe
February 1976
1960s
Ted Heath Enoch Powell Ted Heath
September 1968
Ted Heath Ted Heath
March 1963
Michael Peacock Aidan Crawley David Frost Michael Peacock
June 1967
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