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Issue: 1191
Date: 17 August 2007

Boris Johnson Boris Johnson
October 2021
Fuel Crisis Fuel Crisis
October 2021
Emma Raducanu Emma Raducanu
September 2021
2010s
50 Shades Of Grey Tax Avoidance 50 Shades Of Grey
February 2015
Donald Trump Vladimir Putin Angela Merkel Joachim Sauer Kim Jong-un Donald Trump
August 2017
Rupert Murdoch Wendi Deng Nigella Lawson Charles Saatchi Rupert Murdoch
July 2013
2000s
Tony Blair Colonel Gaddafi Tony Blair
April 2004
Railtrack Gerald Corbett Railtrack
November 2000
Tony Blair Tony Blair
January 2004
1990s
Robert Runcie Margaret Thatcher Robert Runcie
March 1990
Bill Clinton Hillary Clinton Bill Clinton
December 1993
Ken Clarke Ken Clarke
June 1997
1980s
David Steel David Steel
September 1981
Arthur Scargill Arthur Scargill
November 1984
Neil Kinnock Neil Kinnock
July 1988
1970s
Ted Heath Ted Heath
July 1973
Ted Heath Ted Heath
January 1971
1960s
George Brown Harold Wilson Charles De Gaulle George Brown
February 1967
Ted Heath Reginald Maudling Ted Heath
October 1969
Harold Wilson Harold Macmillan Harold Wilson
October 1963
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