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Issue: 282
Date: 6 October 1972

On The Cover: Harold Wilson



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David Cameron Samantha Cameron
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Bernadette Devlin
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Ian Smith
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IRA
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Ted Heath Anthony Barber
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The Queen Prince Philip
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Anthony Blunt
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Richard Branson Princess Michael of Kent Prince Michael of Kent
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Prince Charles Princess Diana
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Neil Kinnock Glynis Kinnock
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The Queen Mohamed Al Fayed
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Norman Lamont Chris Patten
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John Major
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John Major
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Christmas
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Tony Blair George W Bush
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Gordon Brown Peter Mandelson
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Ed Miliband
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