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Issue: 48
Date: 18 October 1963

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

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22 July 2016

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16 October 1964

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19 October 1962

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13 July 1962

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8 June 1979

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12 March 1971

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11 January 1974

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Margaret Thatcher David Frost Issue 613
14 June 1985

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13 March 1981

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22 March 1985

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10 May 1991

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15 October 1999

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20 February 2004

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21 March 2003

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14 April 2006

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27 May 2016

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5 August 2011

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27 January 2012

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