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Issue: 537
Date: 16 July 1982

On The Cover: Buckingham Palace



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David Cameron Samantha Cameron
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7 November 1961
 
Harold Wilson
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18 February 1966
 
Christian Barnard Aletta Louw
Issue 195
6 June 1969
 
Jim Callaghan
Issue 149
1 September 1967
 
Issue 216
27 March 1970
 
Jim Callaghan
Issue 453
27 April 1979
 
The Queen
Issue 344
21 February 1975
 
Princess Margaret Frankie Howerd
Issue 426
14 April 1978
 
Esther Rantzen Desmond Wilcox
Issue 487
15 August 1980
 
The Queen
Issue 538
30 July 1982
 
Margaret Thatcher
Issue 728
10 November 1989
 
Prince Charles
Issue 623
1 November 1985
 
Tony Blair Cherie Blair
Issue 934
3 October 1997
 
Norman Tebbit
Issue 733
19 January 1990
 
John Major Norman Lamont
Issue 760
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The Queen Mother
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Tony Blair Valery Giscard d'Estaing
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The Windsors
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Alastair Darling
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John Terry
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Francesco Schettino
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David Cameron Nick Clegg Gordon Brown
Issue 1261
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Harold Macmillan David Cameron
Issue 1300
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