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22 September 2017
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8 September 2017
1960s
Ted Heath George Brown Harold Wilson Ian Smith Issue 132
6 January 1967
Issue 65
12 June 1964
Grosvenor Square Riots Issue 164
29 March 1968
1970s
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27 July 1973
Ted Heath Issue 228
11 September 1970
Margaret Thatcher Jimmy Young Issue 459
20 July 1979
1980s
Anthony Blunt Issue 485
18 July 1980
Lord Franks Issue 551
28 January 1983
Michael Heseltine Issue 585
18 May 1984
1990s
Margaret Thatcher Issue 755
23 November 1990
The Queen Mohamed Al Fayed Issue 931
22 August 1997
Boris Yeltsin Slobodan Milosevic Issue 974
16 April 1999
2000s
Tony Blair Issue 1025
6 April 2001
Prince Charles Issue 1083
27 June 2003
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28 December 2001
2010s
Judges Issue 1289
27 May 2011
Pope Benedict XVI Tony Blair Issue 1271
17 September 2010
Rebekah Brooks (nee Wade) Issue 1352
1 November 2013
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