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Issue: 72
Date: 18 September 1964

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
George Osborne George Osborne
October 2015
Donald Trump Theresa May Emmanuel Macron Angela Merkel Xi Jinping Vladimir Putin Donald Trump
July 2017
Hilary Benn Jeremy Corbyn Hilary Benn
December 2015
2000s
George W Bush George W Bush
January 2007
Prince Charles Camilla Parker Bowles The Queen Prince Charles
April 2005
Tony Blair Tony Blair
January 2000
1990s
The Queen Prince Philip The Queen
November 1999
Peter Cook Peter Cook
January 1995
Prince Edward Will Carling Prince Edward
January 1999
1980s
David Owen David Owen
September 1989
Cecil Parkinson Norman Tebbit Cecil Parkinson
October 1988
Dame Edna Everage Arthur Scargill Dame Edna Everage
September 1983
1970s
Margaret Thatcher Margaret Thatcher
February 1978
Princess Anne Captain Mark Phillips Princess Anne
April 1977
Margaret Thatcher Margaret Thatcher
April 1979
1960s
Harold Macmillan Charles De Gaulle Harold Macmillan
January 1963
Jackie Onassis Aristotle Onassis Jackie Onassis
November 1968
Hugh Gaitskell Harold Macmillan Hugh Gaitskell
March 1962
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