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Issue: 1275
Date: 12 November 2010

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
David Davis Boris Johnson Theresa May Philip Hammond Amber Rudd David Davis
December 2016
UKIP Clowns UKIP Clowns
May 2013
2000s
Boris Johnson Boris Johnson
November 2004
Nick Griffin Nick Griffin
October 2009
Tony Blair Peter Mandelson Tony Blair
February 2001
1990s
Tony Blair Gordon Brown Robin Cook Tony Blair
April 1999
Robert Maxwell Christmas Robert Maxwell
December 1991
Nick Brown Ron Davies Nick Brown
November 1998
1980s
Margaret Thatcher Peter Thorneycroft Margaret Thatcher
August 1981
Jeremy Thorpe Jeremy Thorpe
February 1982
Jeffrey Archer Mary Archer Jeffrey Archer
July 1987
1970s
Reginald Maudling Harold Wilson Richard Nixon Alec Douglas-Home Ted Heath Tony Armstrong-Jones Reginald Maudling
December 1971
Ted Heath Enoch Powell Ted Heath
June 1970
1960s
Fifth anniversary Fifth anniversary
October 1966
Konrad Adenauer Konrad Adenauer
September 1962
Prince Philip Prince Philip
March 1964
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