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Issue: 171
Date: 5 July 1968
Ed Miliband
Issue 1379
14 November 2014
 
Army Soldiers
Issue 1378
31 October 2014
 
Nigel Farage Douglas Carswell Mark Reckless
Issue 1377
17 October 2014
 
David Cameron Samantha Cameron
Issue 1376
3 October 2014
 
Bernadette Devlin
Issue 202
12 September 1969
 
Mao Tse-Tung
Issue 133
20 January 1967
 
King Hussein of Jordan
Issue 146
21 July 1967
 
John F Kennedy
Issue 51
29 November 1963
 
Christmas Peter Walker
Issue 261
17 December 1971
 
Issue 345
7 March 1975
 
Lord Matthews
Issue 238
29 January 1971
 
Michael Foot
Issue 351
30 May 1975
 
Ronald Reagan
Issue 635
18 April 1986
 
Bristol Police
Issue 478
11 April 1980
 
Ronnie Corbett Nigel Lawson
Issue 695
5 August 1988
 
Cecil Parkinson Norman Tebbit
Issue 700
14 October 1988
 
Mandy Allwood Paul Hudson
Issue 905
23 August 1996
 
Gerry Hayes
Issue 915
10 January 1997
 
Tony Blair Bill Clinton
Issue 944
20 February 1998
 
Robert Maxwell Christmas
Issue 783
20 December 1991
 
Tony Blair Cherie Blair
Issue 1054
17 May 2002
 
House Of Commons
Issue 1247
16 October 2009
 
Prince Harry
Issue 1205
7 March 2008
 
Gordon Brown Tony Blair
Issue 1152
17 February 2006
 
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Owen Paterson
Issue 1359
7 February 2014
 
Margaret Thatcher
Issue 1338
19 April 2013
 
David Cameron Barack Obama
Issue 1310
23 March 2012
 
British Weather
Issue 1332
25 January 2013
 
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