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Issue: 36
Date: 3 May 1963

On The Cover: Harold Macmillan

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16 September 2016

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2 September 2016

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19 August 2016

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Ian Smith Issue 103
26 November 1965

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9 July 1965

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22 January 1965

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Harold Wilson Marcia Williams Issue 325
31 May 1974

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17 October 1975

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24 April 1970

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Michael Foot Issue 524
15 January 1982

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13 July 1984

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2 January 1981

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Canary Wharf Issue 794
22 May 1992

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9 September 1994

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10 July 1998

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Al Gore George W Bush Issue 1015
17 November 2000

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3 February 2006

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13 October 2006

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Olympic Security Guards Issue 1319
27 July 2012

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14 May 2010

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19 October 2012

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