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19 August 2016

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5 August 2016

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22 July 2016

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17 September 1965

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16 April 1965

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30 September 1966

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Issue 345
7 March 1975

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11 July 1975

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22 May 1970

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Ken Clarke Issue 708
3 February 1989

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12 September 1980

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22 March 1985

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Jeffrey Archer Mary Archer Issue 862
30 December 1994

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5 September 1997

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27 April 1990

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The Windsors Issue 1198
23 November 2007

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23 August 2002

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9 July 2004

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Francesco Schettino Issue 1306
27 January 2012

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27 June 2014

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No Terror Issue 1415
1 April 2016

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