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Issue: 205
Date: 24 October 1969

On The Cover: Ronnie Biggs



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Nigel Farage Douglas Carswell Mark Reckless
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David Cameron Samantha Cameron
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Ian Smith
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15 March 1968
 
Issue 39
14 June 1963
 
Harold Wilson
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John Wells
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1 April 1965
 
Reginald Maudling
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Issue 406
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Issue 301
29 June 1973
 
Peter Walker
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Ken Livingstone
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Douglas Hurd
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28 October 1988
 
Michael Heseltine
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Margaret Thatcher Nigel Lawson
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Michael Heseltine
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Christmas
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Margaret Thatcher
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Neil Kinnock
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Gordon Brown
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Corgis
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George W Bush
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Ken Livingstone
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Ed Miliband The Sphinx George Osborne Boris Johnson Prince Charles David Cameron Rock Of Gibraltar
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Barack Obama Benjamin Netanyahu
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Boris Johnson David Cameron
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