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Issue: 77
Date: 27 November 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
Kittens Kittens
October 2013
George Entwhistle Chris Patten George Entwhistle
November 2012
Nigel Farage Ed Miliband David Cameron Samantha Cameron Nick Clegg Nigel Farage
May 2014
2000s
Tony Blair Pierre-Yves Gerbeau Tony Blair
February 2001
George W Bush John Kerry George W Bush
October 2004
Christmas Christmas
December 2005
1990s
Tony Blair Bill Clinton Tony Blair
February 1998
John Major David Frost John Major
January 1993
John Major Tony Blair John Major
May 1997
1980s
Neil Kinnock Michael Foot Neil Kinnock
July 1983
Tony Benn Michael Foot Tony Benn
October 1982
Douglas Hurd Douglas Hurd
October 1985
1970s
Ted Heath Alec Douglas-Home Ted Heath
January 1972
John Profumo Geoffrey Rippon John Profumo
June 1973
Denis Healey Denis Healey
November 1976
1960s
Harold Macmillan John F Kennedy Harold Macmillan
April 1962
Harold Wilson Harold Wilson
December 1965
Alan Freeman Ringo Starr Alan Freeman
February 1965
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Teen vaccination
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