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Philip Green Theresa May Boris Johnson Jeremy Corbyn Issue 1425
19 August 2016

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Theresa May Francois Hollande Philip Hammond Li Keqiang Issue 1424
5 August 2016

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The Queen Theresa May Issue 1423
22 July 2016

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1960s
Issue 74
16 October 1964

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Mao Tse-Tung Issue 133
20 January 1967

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Issue 94
23 July 1965

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1970s
Harold Wilson Issue 247
4 June 1971

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Concorde Issue 368
23 January 1976

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Don Ryder Issue 407
22 July 1977

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1980s
Ken Livingstone Issue 514
28 August 1981

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Ronald Reagan George Shultz Issue 596
19 October 1984

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Christmas Issue 678
11 December 1987

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1990s
Bill Clinton Issue 956
7 August 1998

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Jeffrey Archer Issue 850
15 July 1994

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William Roache Issue 780
8 November 1991

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2000s
Tony Blair Kevin Keegan Issue 1005
30 June 2000

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The Windsors Issue 1198
23 November 2007

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Alastair Darling Issue 1218
5 September 2008

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2010s
David Cameron Nick Clegg Vince Cable Issue 1349
20 September 2013

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Father Christmas Christmas Issue 1356
23 December 2013

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Piers Morgan Rebekah Brooks (nee Wade) Issue 1294
5 August 2011

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