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Issue: 996
Date: 25 February 2000

Boris Johnson Boris Johnson
October 2021
Fuel Crisis Fuel Crisis
October 2021
Emma Raducanu Emma Raducanu
September 2021
2010s
Chris Huhne Chris Huhne
February 2013
Rupert Murdoch James Murdoch Rebekah Brooks (nee Wade) Rupert Murdoch
July 2011
Sepp Blatter Sepp Blatter
June 2015
2000s
Alastair Campbell Peter Mandelson Alastair Campbell
September 2003
Lord Butler Lord Butler
July 2004
Adolf Hitler Nazi Party Adolf Hitler
September 2009
1990s
Tony Blair Mo Mowlam Tony Blair
September 1999
Nicholas Ridley Margaret Thatcher Nicholas Ridley
July 1990
Princess Diana Henry Kissinger Princess Diana
December 1995
1980s
Margaret Thatcher Geoffrey Howe Leon Brittan Nigel Lawson Keith Joseph Margaret Thatcher
January 1985
David Owen Rosie Barnes David Owen
September 1987
Margaret Thatcher Ted Heath Margaret Thatcher
October 1989
1970s
Ted Heath Ted Heath
June 1971
Rupert Murdoch Rupert Murdoch
April 1970
Don Ryder Don Ryder
July 1977
1960s
Ted Heath Ted Heath
August 1965
Joseph Stalin Leonid Brezhnev Alexei Kosygin Joseph Stalin
August 1968
Jackie Onassis Aristotle Onassis Jackie Onassis
November 1968
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