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Issue: 152
Date: 13 October 1967

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
50 Shades Of Grey Tax Avoidance 50 Shades Of Grey
February 2015
Nicolas Sarkozy Angela Merkel Nicolas Sarkozy
December 2011
2000s
Margaret Thatcher Margaret Thatcher
April 2002
George W Bush Pope John Paul II George W Bush
June 2004
Stephen Byers Stephen Byers
March 2002
1990s
Gerry Hayes Gerry Hayes
January 1997
Glenn Hoddle Glenn Hoddle
February 1999
Malcolm Rifkind Malcolm Rifkind
July 1995
1980s
Houses Of Parliament Houses Of Parliament
December 1985
Margaret Thatcher Kenneth Kaunda Margaret Thatcher
August 1983
Ronald Reagan George Shultz Ronald Reagan
October 1984
1970s
Jim Callaghan Lord Matthews Jim Callaghan
November 1978
The Queen The Queen
November 1973
1960s
John Wells John Wells
April 1965
Bernadette Devlin Bernadette Devlin
September 1969
Anita Ekberg Anita Ekberg
September 1965
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