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Issue: 239
Date: 12 February 1971

On The Cover: Ted Heath

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7 November 1969
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21 July 1967
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23 May 1969
1970s
Harold Wilson Issue 247
4 June 1971
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9 August 1974
Prince Charles Issue 405
24 June 1977
1980s
Geoffrey Howe Issue 528
12 March 1982
Anthony Blunt Issue 485
18 July 1980
Margaret Thatcher Issue 731
22 December 1989
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Margaret Thatcher Issue 815
12 March 1993
Tony Blair John Prescott Issue 896
19 April 1996
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10 April 1992
2000s
David Blunkett Issue 1113
20 August 2004
Margaret Thatcher Tony Blair The Queen Cherie Blair Issue 1187
22 June 2007
Tessa Jowell Issue 1153
3 March 2006
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30 November 2012
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13 January 2012
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30 April 2010
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