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Issue: 140
Date: 28 April 1967

On The Cover: Alf Robens

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February 2018
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February 2018
Carillion Carillion
January 2018
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February 2010
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December 2016
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September 2013
2000s
Fred Goodwin Fred Goodwin
March 2009
Kofi Annan Clare Short Kofi Annan
March 2004
Tony Blair Gordon Brown Tony Blair
October 2004
1990s
Robin Cook Gaynor Regan Robin Cook
April 1998
Kevin Maxwell Ian Maxwell Kevin Maxwell
January 1996
Michael Heseltine Michael Heseltine
March 1994
1980s
Dame Edna Everage Arthur Scargill Dame Edna Everage
September 1983
Princess Anne Captain Mark Phillips Princess Anne
September 1989
1970s
Paul McCartney Paul McCartney
February 1971
Ted Heath Ted Heath
July 1970
Ted Heath Andre Previn Ted Heath
April 1975
1960s
The Queen Harold Wilson The Queen
November 1969
Moon Landing Moon Landing
July 1969
George Brown Harold Wilson Charles De Gaulle George Brown
February 1967
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