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Issue: 319
Date: 8 March 1974

On The Cover: Joe Gormley



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Arthur Michael Ramsey
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Quintin Hogg
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Richard Nixon
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Peter Shore
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Harold Wilson Reginald Maudling
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Harold Wilson
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Margaret Thatcher
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Robert Runcie
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Neil Kinnock Ken Livingstone
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Nick Brown Ron Davies
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Neil Kinnock
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Margaret Thatcher
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Teddy Sheringham Alan Shearer
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George W Bush
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