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Issue: 267
Date: 10 March 1972

On The Cover: Alec Douglas-Home



Andrew Neil Susan Nilsson
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Jeremy Corbyn
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The Queen Prince Harry
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24 July 2015
 
David Cameron George Osborne Rupert Murdoch Angela Merkel Alexis Tsipras Prince George The Queen
Issue 1396
10 July 2015
 
Enoch Powell
Issue 167
10 May 1968
 
Ted Heath
Issue 33
22 March 1963
 
Ian Smith
Issue 103
26 November 1965
 
Arthur Michael Ramsey
Issue 6
9 March 1962
 
Lord Franks Frederick Coggan
Issue 427
28 April 1978
 
Jim Callaghan
Issue 453
27 April 1979
 
Issue 274
16 June 1972
 
Ted Heath
Issue 335
18 October 1974
 
Leon Brittan
Issue 617
9 August 1985
 
The Queen
Issue 729
24 November 1989
 
David Frost Michael Parkinson Anna Ford Peter Jay
Issue 497
2 January 1981
 
Margaret Thatcher Cecil Parkinson
Issue 570
21 October 1983
 
Paul Condon
Issue 971
5 March 1999
 
George Bush Barbara Bush
Issue 765
12 April 1991
 
Gerry Hayes
Issue 915
10 January 1997
 
Princess Diana John Major Robert Maxwell Cecil Parkinson
Issue 778
11 October 1991
 
Chris Huhne Mark Oaten Simon Hughes Sir Menzies Campbell
Issue 1151
3 February 2006
 
Sir Paul Stephenson
Issue 1234
17 April 2009
 
David Cameron
Issue 1178
16 February 2007
 
Tony Blair George W Bush
Issue 1050
22 March 2002
 
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Lord Rennard
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24 January 2014
 
Nigel Farage Ed Miliband David Cameron Samantha Cameron Nick Clegg
Issue 1367
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David Cameron Nick Clegg
Issue 1286
15 April 2011
 
Nick Clegg Nigel Farage
Issue 1363
4 April 2014
 
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