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Issue: 575
Date: 30 December 1983

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
Harvey Weinstein Harvey Weinstein
October 2017
The Queen Prince Philip Prince Charles Camilla Parker Bowles Prince Andrew Prince William Prince Harry Princess Eugenie Princess Beatrice Princess Anne The Queen
February 2012
2000s
Railtrack Gerald Corbett Railtrack
November 2000
Christmas Christmas
December 2008
Osama Bin Laden Osama Bin Laden
July 2002
1990s
Tony Blair Gordon Brown Robin Cook Tony Blair
April 1999
The Queen The Queen
August 1994
Norman Lamont Norman Lamont
March 1993
1980s
Margaret Thatcher Geoffrey Howe Leon Brittan Nigel Lawson Keith Joseph Margaret Thatcher
January 1985
Geoffrey Howe Geoffrey Howe
March 1980
Jeffrey Archer Jeffrey Archer
October 1985
1970s
The Queen Prince Philip The Queen
May 1970
Ted Heath Ted Heath
June 1972
Lord Franks Frederick Coggan Lord Franks
April 1978
1960s
Sue Murray Sue Murray
September 1966
Alec Douglas-Home Alec Douglas-Home
January 1964
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