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Issue: 502
Date: 13 March 1981

On The Cover: Geoffrey Howe



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Jim Callaghan
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Light Brigade
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Ian Paisley
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Jim Callaghan
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The Queen Jean-B?©del Bokassa
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Michael Foot
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The Queen
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Geoffrey Howe
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Margaret Thatcher Michael Heseltine
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Prince Andrew
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Mikhail Gorbachev
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Margaret Thatcher
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Helmut Kohl
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Railtrack
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David Cameron
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Nick Griffin
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Saddam Hussein
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