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Issue: 261
Date: 17 December 1971

Boris Johnson Boris Johnson
October 2021
Fuel Crisis Fuel Crisis
October 2021
Emma Raducanu Emma Raducanu
September 2021
2010s
David Cameron Fighter Pilots David Cameron
November 2015
Rupert Murdoch Wendi Deng Nigella Lawson Charles Saatchi Rupert Murdoch
July 2013
David Cameron George Osborne David Cameron
May 2016
2000s
Heathrow Airport Heathrow Airport
August 2007
Railtrack Gerald Corbett Railtrack
November 2000
Tony Blair David Cameron Tony Blair
December 2005
1990s
John Major Tony Blair John Major
May 1997
Bill Clinton Hillary Clinton Bill Clinton
December 1993
Bill Clinton Boris Yeltsin Bill Clinton
September 1998
1980s
David Steel Robert Maclennan David Steel
February 1988
David Steel David Owen Ian Paisley David Steel
November 1984
Leonid Brezhnev Leonid Brezhnev
February 1980
1970s
The Queen The Queen
March 1976
The Queen Jean-B?©del Bokassa The Queen
September 1979
Ted Heath Ted Heath
February 1974
1960s
Hippies Hippies
August 1967
Winston Churchill Winston Churchill
February 1965
The Queen Christmas The Queen
December 1967
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