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Issue: 951
Date: 29 May 1998

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
Gordon Brown David Cameron Nick Clegg Sarah Brown Michael Caine Ed Balls Nick Griffin Gordon Brown
April 2010
David Cameron Francis Maude David Cameron
April 2012
Pope Benedict XVI Tony Blair Pope Benedict XVI
September 2010
2000s
Bob Geldof Paul McCartney Madonna Pete Townshend Elton John Pete Doherty Bob Geldof
July 2005
Boris Johnson Boris Johnson
November 2004
Tony Blair Tony Blair
July 2000
1990s
Tony Blair Cherie Blair Tony Blair
May 1997
The Queen The Queen Mother Viscount Linley Sarah Armstrong-Jones Princess Diana The Queen
August 1990
The Clinton's Cat The Clinton's Cat
September 1994
1980s
Rupert Murdoch Harold Evans Rupert Murdoch
February 1982
Christmas Robert Maxwell Christmas
December 1986
David Owen David Steel David Owen
May 1987
1970s
Tony Benn Tony Benn
May 1975
Quintin Hogg Quintin Hogg
February 1970
Harold Wilson Marcia Williams Jeremy Thorpe Harold Wilson
May 1976
1960s
Lyndon B Johnson Harold Wilson Lyndon B Johnson
April 1965
Harold Wilson Harold Wilson
December 1965
Richard Nixon Richard Nixon
November 1968
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Prince Andrew to officially open a number of cupboards in which to hide – Court Circular exclusive… Panic buying starts as government promises there will be no October lockdown… Senior ministers vent fury at PM's national insurance rise by voting for it and not resigning… 'This is now the party for me,' says Jeremy Corbyn as tax-and-spend Tories fall behind in the polls… Raducanu victory on Amazon Prime and C4 signals end of the BBC… Relief as British weaponry left behind for Taliban turns out not to work… Keir Starmer unveils snappy 14,000- word Labour election slogan… Widespread joy as offices reopen and rush-hour traffic jams resume… Miriam Margolyes' Diary, as told to Craig Brown

Laughing stocks
Big Tory donors unfazed by the NI hike

Profits of doom
More rich pickings for Covid entrepreneurs

Teen vaccination
MD on the arguments for and against

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