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Issue: 234
Date: 4 December 1970

On The Cover: Ted Heath Douglas Hurd



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David Cameron Samantha Cameron
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Harold Wilson
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Gerald Nabarro
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Joseph Stalin Leonid Brezhnev Alexei Kosygin
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Jeremy Thorpe
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Ted Heath
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Alec Douglas-Home Ian Smith
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Margaret Thatcher Ted Heath
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Jeffrey Archer
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Peter Parker
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Neil Kinnock Michael Foot
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Pamella Bordes Andrew Neil
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John Gummer
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The Clinton's Cat
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John Major
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Condoleezza Rice George W Bush
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The Addams Family
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Saddam Hussein George Galloway
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Michael Howard
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Boris Johnson David Cameron
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