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Issue: 1295
Date: 19 August 2011

On The Cover: Metropolitan Police



Andrew Neil Susan Nilsson
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21 August 2015
 
Jeremy Corbyn
Issue 1398
7 August 2015
 
The Queen Prince Harry
Issue 1397
24 July 2015
 
David Cameron George Osborne Rupert Murdoch Angela Merkel Alexis Tsipras Prince George The Queen
Issue 1396
10 July 2015
 
Christmas
Issue 79
18 December 1964
 
Cuban Missile Crisis
Issue 27
21 December 1962
 
Christian Barnard Aletta Louw
Issue 195
6 June 1969
 
Harold Macmillan Charles De Gaulle
Issue 29
25 January 1963
 
David Owen Andrew Young
Issue 421
3 February 1978
 
Issue 430
9 June 1978
 
Jeremy Thorpe Harold Wilson Ted Heath
Issue 337
15 November 1974
 
Issue 386
1 October 1976
 
Arthur Scargill
Issue 599
30 November 1984
 
Neil Kinnock
Issue 673
2 October 1987
 
Douglas Hurd Colin Moynihan
Issue 692
24 June 1988
 
Peter Walker
Issue 482
6 June 1980
 
Gordon Brown
Issue 946
20 March 1998
 
John Major
Issue 859
18 November 1994
 
The Grand National
Issue 843
8 April 1994
 
The Titanic
Issue 848
17 June 1994
 
1000 Glorious Issues
Issue 1000
21 April 2000
 
Heathrow Airport
Issue 1191
17 August 2007
 
Tony Blair
Issue 999
7 April 2000
 
Saddam Hussein
Issue 1110
9 July 2004
 
tens
David Cameron Nick Clegg
Issue 1264
11 June 2010
 
David Cameron Nick Clegg Vince Cable
Issue 1349
20 September 2013
 
Armageddon
Issue 1298
30 September 2011
 
David Cameron George Osborne William Hague
Issue 1279
7 January 2011
 
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