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Issue: 217
Date: 10 April 1970

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8 September 2017
1960s
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15 May 1964
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25 October 1961
Ted Heath Issue 108
4 February 1966
1970s
Jim Callaghan Issue 364
28 November 1975
Christopher John Soames Issue 470
21 December 1979
Harold Wilson Richard Nixon Issue 212
30 January 1970
1980s
John Nott Issue 530
9 April 1982
Leonid Brezhnev Issue 486
1 August 1980
Prince Andrew Issue 544
22 October 1982
1990s
Princess Diana Issue 897
3 May 1996
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20 May 1994
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31 May 1996
2000s
Gordon Brown George W Bush John McCain Sarah Palin Issue 1219
19 September 2008
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2 February 2007
Tony Blair Issue 1047
8 February 2002
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Houses Of Parliament Issue 1342
14 June 2013
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24 March 2017
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10 December 2010
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