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Issue: 985
Date: 17 September 1999

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
Kate Middleton Prince William Prince Charles Camilla Parker Bowles The Queen Prince Philip David Cameron Nick Clegg Kate Middleton
November 2010
Theresa May Theresa May
May 2017
Andrew Neil Susan Nilsson Andrew Neil
August 2015
2000s
Tony Blair Tony Blair
January 2000
Railtrack Gerald Corbett Railtrack
November 2000
Lord Butler Lord Butler
July 2004
1990s
Prince Edward Will Carling Prince Edward
January 1999
Pamella Bordes Andrew Neil Pamella Bordes
February 1990
Rail Privatisation Rail Privatisation
August 1993
1980s
Len Murray Len Murray
September 1984
Bristol Police Bristol Police
April 1980
Harold Macmillan Harold Macmillan
January 1985
1970s
George Best George Best
March 1970
Richard Nixon Jimmy Carter Richard Nixon
January 1978
1960s
Hugh Gaitskell Harold Macmillan Hugh Gaitskell
March 1962
Cuban Missile Crisis Cuban Missile Crisis
December 1962
Ringo Starr John Lennon Harold Wilson George Harrison Paul McCartney Ringo Starr
June 1965
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