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Issue: 358
Date: 5 September 1975

On The Cover: Len Murray



Ed Miliband
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Army Soldiers
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Nigel Farage Douglas Carswell Mark Reckless
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David Cameron Samantha Cameron
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Harold Macmillan
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3 May 1963
 
Black Rod House Of Commons
Issue 114
29 April 1966
 
Ted Heath
Issue 95
6 August 1965
 
Alec Douglas-Home
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10 January 1964
 
Jim Callaghan
Issue 446
19 January 1979
 
The Queen Jean-B?©del Bokassa
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28 September 1979
 
The Queen
Issue 449
2 March 1979
 
Jeremy Thorpe
Issue 369
6 February 1976
 
Jimmy Carter
Issue 479
25 April 1980
 
Margaret Thatcher Denis Thatcher Mark Thatcher Diane Thatcher
Issue 657
20 February 1987
 
Prince Charles Princess Diana
Issue 653
26 December 1986
 
Zola Budd
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29 April 1988
 
Railtrack
Issue 987
15 October 1999
 
Jeffrey Archer
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26 November 1999
 
Eurostar
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29 November 1996
 
Princess Diana
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11 August 1995
 
Martin McGuinness Gerry Adams
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11 February 2000
 
Tony Blair
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8 February 2002
 
Tony Blair
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13 May 2005
 
The Windsors
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30 May 2008
 
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David Cameron George Osborne William Hague
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David Cameron
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Liam Fox David Cameron
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Metropolitan Police
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