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Issue: 1071
Date: 10 January 2003

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Charles De Gaulle Yvonne De Gaulle
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Richard Nixon
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Enoch Powell
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The Queen Basil D'Olivera
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Harold Wilson
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Ted Heath
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Cyril Smith Jeremy Thorpe
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Cecil Parkinson Margaret Thatcher
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Andre Previn Advanced Passenger Train
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Michael Foot Christmas
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Christmas
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Robin Cook Gaynor Regan
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Princess Diana
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Christmas David Blunkett
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Tony Blair Estelle Morris
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Michael Barrymore
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