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Issue: 537
Date: 16 July 1982

On The Cover: Buckingham Palace



Andrew Neil Susan Nilsson
Issue 1399
21 August 2015
 
Jeremy Corbyn
Issue 1398
7 August 2015
 
The Queen Prince Harry
Issue 1397
24 July 2015
 
David Cameron George Osborne Rupert Murdoch Angela Merkel Alexis Tsipras Prince George The Queen
Issue 1396
10 July 2015
 
George Brown
Issue 31
22 February 1963
 
The Queen
Issue 90
28 May 1965
 
Charles De Gaulle
Issue 105
24 December 1965
 
Michael Peacock Aidan Crawley David Frost
Issue 144
23 June 1967
 
Harold Wilson
Issue 438
29 September 1978
 
Richard Nixon
Issue 305
24 August 1973
 
Issue 414
28 October 1977
 
Ted Heath Pope Paul VI
Issue 295
6 April 1973
 
Rupert Murdoch Harold Evans
Issue 527
26 February 1982
 
Richard Attenborough
Issue 557
22 April 1983
 
Douglas Hurd
Issue 690
27 May 1988
 
Douglas Hurd
Issue 701
28 October 1988
 
Canary Wharf
Issue 794
22 May 1992
 
Teddy Sheringham Alan Shearer
Issue 952
12 June 1998
 
Saddam Hussein
Issue 762
1 March 1991
 
Kenneth Baker
Issue 741
11 May 1990
 
The Windsors
Issue 1198
23 November 2007
 
Charles Kennedy Sarah Gurling
Issue 1059
26 July 2002
 
Ken Livingstone
Issue 1001
5 May 2000
 
Gordon Brown David Cameron Tony Blair Fern Britton
Issue 1252
24 December 2009
 
tens
Scottish Referendum
Issue 1375
19 September 2014
 
Nigel Farage Conchita Wurst
Issue 1366
16 May 2014
 
Angela Merkel
Issue 1304
23 December 2011
 
Alex Salmond The Queen
Issue 1389
3 April 2015
 
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