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Issue: 569
Date: 7 October 1983

On The Cover: Neil Kinnock Roy Hattersley

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September 2012
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July 2010
2000s
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July 2006
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April 2002
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April 2006
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February 1996
VE Day VE Day
May 1995
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February 1990
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August 1980
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September 1987
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January 1985
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June 1970
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January 1972
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September 1969
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October 1967
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