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Issue: 387
Date: 15 October 1976

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Ian Smith
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Jean Shrimpton
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The Queen Mary
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Margaret Thatcher Denis Thatcher
Issue 680
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Joseph Kagan
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Ian McDonald
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Arthur Scargill
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1 January 1982
 
Rail Privatisation
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