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Issue: 235
Date: 18 December 1970

On The Cover: Christmas



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
 
Issue 16
27 July 1962
 
Christmas
Issue 79
18 December 1964
 
Harold Macmillan
Issue 36
3 May 1963
 
Issue 52
13 December 1963
 
Michael Foot
Issue 351
30 May 1975
 
Duke of Kent Sir Terence Beckett
Issue 440
27 October 1978
 
Issue 414
28 October 1977
 
Yasser Arafat Idi Amin
Issue 380
9 July 1976
 
Margaret Thatcher
Issue 686
1 April 1988
 
General Galtieri
Issue 532
7 May 1982
 
Zola Budd
Issue 688
29 April 1988
 
Michael Foot
Issue 493
7 November 1980
 
Saddam Hussein
Issue 749
31 August 1990
 
John Major John Redwood
Issue 875
30 June 1995
 
John Major David Gower
Issue 797
3 July 1992
 
Glenn Hoddle
Issue 969
5 February 1999
 
Margaret Thatcher
Issue 1051
5 April 2002
 
Mohamed Al Fayed
Issue 1204
22 February 2008
 
Mohamed Al Fayed Victoria Beckham
Issue 1045
11 January 2002
 
Ken Livingstone Tony Blair
Issue 1137
22 July 2005
 
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Rupert Murdoch
Issue 1281
4 February 2011
 
Colonel Gaddafi
Issue 1285
1 April 2011
 
Barack Obama Hillary Clinton
Issue 1288
13 May 2011
 
House Of Commons
Issue 1355
13 December 2013
 
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