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Philip Green Theresa May Boris Johnson Jeremy Corbyn Issue 1425
19 August 2016

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Theresa May Francois Hollande Philip Hammond Li Keqiang Issue 1424
5 August 2016

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The Queen Theresa May Issue 1423
22 July 2016

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1960s
Issue 153
27 October 1967

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Winston Churchill Issue 82
5 February 1965

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Harold Wilson Issue 118
24 June 1966

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1970s
The Queen Issue 363
14 November 1975

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Harold Wilson Issue 367
9 January 1976

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The Queen Prince Philip The Queen Mother Prince Charles Princess Anne Issue 286
1 December 1972

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1980s
Margaret Thatcher Issue 636
2 May 1986

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Neil Kinnock Issue 654
9 January 1987

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Pamella Bordes Issue 714
28 April 1989

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1990s
John Major Issue 873
2 June 1995

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John Gummer Issue 879
25 August 1995

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Sarah Ferguson Johnny Bryan Issue 801
28 August 1992

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2000s
Gordon Brown Issue 1209
2 May 2008

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Christmas Issue 1148
23 December 2005

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Tony Blair George W Bush Issue 1104
16 April 2004

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2010s
Francesco Schettino Issue 1306
27 January 2012

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Greek Statue Issue 1395
26 June 2015

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David Cameron Issue 1268
6 August 2010

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