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Issue: 590
Date: 27 July 1984

On The Cover: Neil Kinnock Tony Benn



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David Cameron Samantha Cameron
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The Queen
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Karl Marx Tariq Ali Daniel Cohn Bendit
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Alec Douglas-Home
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Denis Healey Edna Healey
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Harold Wilson
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Ted Heath Vic Feather
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Princess Diana
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Keith Joseph
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Douglas Hurd
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John Major Bill Clinton
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House Of Commons
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Bienvenida Buck
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Christmas
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Tony Blair Cherie Blair Euan Blair Nicholas Blair Kathryn Blair
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Christmas
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David Cameron Nick Clegg
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Rebekah Brooks (nee Wade) Andy Coulson
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The Queen Sarah Ferguson
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