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Issue: 1422
Date: 8 July 2016

Boris Johnson Boris Johnson
October 2021
Fuel Crisis Fuel Crisis
October 2021
Emma Raducanu Emma Raducanu
September 2021
2010s
Ed Miliband Ed balls Ed Miliband
October 2012
Jeremy Corbyn Jeremy Corbyn
September 2016
The Queen Prince Philip Prince Charles Camilla Parker Bowles Prince Andrew Prince William Prince Harry Princess Eugenie Princess Beatrice Princess Anne The Queen
February 2012
2000s
Christmas Christmas
December 2006
Sir Ian Blair Sir Ian Blair
September 2005
Hillary Clinton Bill Clinton Barack Obama Hillary Clinton
January 2008
1990s
Norman Lamont Norman Lamont
June 1993
John Major John Major
December 1991
John Prescott John Prescott
May 1998
1980s
Geoffrey Howe Geoffrey Howe
July 1989
Geoffrey Howe Geoffrey Howe
March 1981
David Steel David Owen Ian Paisley David Steel
November 1984
1970s
Ted Heath Ted Heath
February 1971
Ted Heath Christmas Ted Heath
December 1973
Channel Tunnel Channel Tunnel
January 1975
1960s
Karl Marx Tariq Ali Daniel Cohn Bendit Karl Marx
June 1968
Joseph Stalin Leonid Brezhnev Alexei Kosygin Joseph Stalin
August 1968
Common Market Common Market
May 1967
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