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Issue: 477
Date: 28 March 1980

On The Cover: Geoffrey Howe



Andrew Neil Susan Nilsson
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Jeremy Corbyn
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The Queen Prince Harry
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David Cameron George Osborne Rupert Murdoch Angela Merkel Alexis Tsipras Prince George The Queen
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Harold Wilson Harold Macmillan
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George Brown
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Harold Wilson Lord Denning
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Jim Callaghan
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George Wigg
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Margaret Thatcher
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Ted Heath
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Richard Nixon Jimmy Carter
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John McEnroe
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Neil Kinnock Roy Hattersley
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Robert Runcie
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Bristol Police
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Saddam Hussein
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Nick Brown Ron Davies
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The Queen
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Kevin Maxwell Ian Maxwell
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British Army
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George W Bush
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Carole Caplin
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Chris Huhne Mark Oaten Simon Hughes Sir Menzies Campbell
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Richard Branson
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Barack Obama Benjamin Netanyahu
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Lauren Silverman Simon Cowell
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The Queen
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