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Issue: 1157
Date: 28 April 2006

Boris Johnson Boris Johnson
October 2021
Fuel Crisis Fuel Crisis
October 2021
Emma Raducanu Emma Raducanu
September 2021
2010s
Kim Jong-un Kim Jong-un
September 2017
David Cameron William Hague George Osborne Theresa May Philip Hammond House Of Commons David Cameron
September 2013
Prince Charles Camilla Parker Bowles Prince Charles
November 2013
2000s
Tony Blair Tony Blair
February 2002
Christmas David Blunkett Christmas
December 2004
Gordon Brown Tony Blair John Prescott Gordon Brown
May 2006
1990s
Peter Cook Peter Cook
January 1995
John Major Norma Major John Major
September 1995
Tony Blair Gordon Brown Tony Blair
October 1997
1980s
Michael Foot Michael Foot
March 1983
Michael Foot Tony Benn Michael Foot
September 1981
Neil Kinnock Roy Hattersley Neil Kinnock
October 1986
1970s
Jeremy Thorpe Jeremy Thorpe
July 1979
Princess Anne Princess Anne
September 1971
Jim Callaghan Jim Callaghan
January 1979
1960s
Harold Wilson Lyndon B Johnson Harold Wilson
December 1964
Michael Peacock Aidan Crawley David Frost Michael Peacock
June 1967
Harold Wilson Mary Wilson Harold Wilson
August 1965
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Teen vaccination
MD on the arguments for and against

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