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Issue: 224
Date: 17 July 1970

On The Cover: Alec Douglas-Home



Ed Miliband
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Army Soldiers
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Nigel Farage Douglas Carswell Mark Reckless
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David Cameron Samantha Cameron
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Cuban Missile Crisis
Issue 27
21 December 1962
 
Joseph Stalin Leonid Brezhnev Alexei Kosygin
Issue 175
30 August 1968
 
Harold Wilson
Issue 109
18 February 1966
 
Issue 21
5 October 1962
 
Jim Callaghan
Issue 411
16 September 1977
 
Ted Heath Andre Previn
Issue 348
18 April 1975
 
Princess Anne Captain Mark Phillips
Issue 400
15 April 1977
 
Issue 320
22 March 1974
 
Geoffrey Howe
Issue 477
28 March 1980
 
Issue 511
17 July 1981
 
Rupert Murdoch William Rees-Mogg
Issue 499
30 January 1981
 
Neil Kinnock
Issue 694
22 July 1988
 
The Queen Prince Philip
Issue 938
28 November 1997
 
John Major
Issue 829
24 September 1993
 
The Grand National
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9 April 1993
 
Michael Heseltine
Issue 922
18 April 1997
 
Michael Howard
Issue 1100
20 February 2004
 
Bill Clinton Hillary Clinton
Issue 1082
13 June 2003
 
Michael Barrymore
Issue 1063
20 September 2002
 
Derek Conway
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Liam Fox David Cameron
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Royal Wedding
Issue 1287
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Christmas Nativity
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Fabio Capello Prince Charles Anna Chapman
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