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Issue: 1194
Date: 28 September 2007

Boris Johnson Boris Johnson
October 2021
Fuel Crisis Fuel Crisis
October 2021
Emma Raducanu Emma Raducanu
September 2021
2010s
Rupert Murdoch Rupert Murdoch
February 2012
Kittens Kittens
October 2013
Tom Watson The Queen Prince Philip Tony Blair Gordon Brown John Major Nadiya Hussain Tom Watson
October 2015
2000s
Ant McPartlin Dec Donelly Ant McPartlin
October 2007
Railtrack Railtrack
October 2000
Tony Blair Tony Blair
October 2001
1990s
Michael Foot Michael Foot
February 1995
William Waldegrave William Waldegrave
February 1996
Princess Diana Princess Diana
May 1996
1980s
Rupert Murdoch William Rees-Mogg Rupert Murdoch
January 1981
Rupert Murdoch Harold Evans Rupert Murdoch
February 1982
Esther Rantzen Desmond Wilcox Esther Rantzen
August 1980
1970s
Peter Shore Peter Shore
August 1975
Joe Gormley Joe Gormley
March 1974
Princess Anne Captain Mark Phillips Princess Anne
April 1977
1960s
George Brown George Brown
February 1963
Hippies Hippies
August 1967
Christmas Christmas
December 1964
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