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Issue: 503
Date: 27 March 1981
Ed Miliband
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Army Soldiers
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Nigel Farage Douglas Carswell Mark Reckless
Issue 1377
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David Cameron Samantha Cameron
Issue 1376
3 October 2014
 
Barry Goldwater
Issue 67
10 July 1964
 
Vietnam
Issue 161
16 February 1968
 
Issue 74
16 October 1964
 
Coventry Cathedral
Issue 12
1 June 1962
 
Issue 333
20 September 1974
 
John Stonehouse
Issue 362
31 October 1975
 
Spiro Agnew Richard Nixon
Issue 309
19 October 1973
 
Harold Wilson Mary Wilson
Issue 250
16 July 1971
 
Nigel Lawson
Issue 706
6 January 1989
 
Michael Heseltine
Issue 605
22 February 1985
 
Peter Walker
Issue 482
6 June 1980
 
Peter Parker
Issue 525
29 January 1982
 
Gerry Hayes
Issue 915
10 January 1997
 
The Queen
Issue 819
7 May 1993
 
David Mellor
Issue 799
31 July 1992
 
Princess Diana
Issue 897
3 May 1996
 
Christmas
Issue 1226
19 December 2008
 
The Addams Family
Issue 1128
18 March 2005
 
Tony Blair George W Bush
Issue 1185
25 May 2007
 
Tony Blair Gordon Brown
Issue 1090
3 October 2003
 
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14 May 2010
 
Rupert Murdoch
Issue 1281
4 February 2011
 
Kate Middleton
Issue 1345
26 July 2013
 
HMS Astute
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