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Issue: 1020
Date: 26 January 2001

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Issue 129
25 November 1966
 
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Issue 112
1 April 1966
 
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Issue 90
28 May 1965
 
Common Market
Issue 141
12 May 1967
 
Issue 333
20 September 1974
 
Denis Healey Edna Healey
Issue 375
30 April 1976
 
Joe Gormley
Issue 319
8 March 1974
 
Harold Wilson Reginald Maudling
Issue 412
30 September 1977
 
Ian Botham Viv Richards
Issue 644
22 August 1986
 
Ken Livingstone
Issue 634
4 April 1986
 
Nigel Lawson
Issue 659
20 March 1987
 
Issue 721
4 August 1989
 
Tony Blair Jacques Chirac
Issue 988
29 October 1999
 
House Of Commons
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5 November 1993
 
Norman Lamont
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26 March 1993
 
John Major
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2 July 1993
 
John Prescott
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6 September 2002
 
Corgis
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15 November 2002
 
Ant McPartlin Dec Donelly
Issue 1196
26 October 2007
 
Tony Blair
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27 April 2007
 
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21 March 2014
 
Scottish Referendum
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19 September 2014
 
House Of Commons
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13 December 2013
 
Barack Obama Benjamin Netanyahu
Issue 1372
8 August 2014
 
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