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Date: 17 March 1989

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10 June 1966
 
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5 August 1966
 
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16 November 1962
 
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11 July 1975
 
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Issue 349
2 May 1975
 
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Issue 466
26 October 1979
 
Norman Tebbit
Issue 637
16 May 1986
 
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Issue 502
13 March 1981
 
Leonid Brezhnev
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1 August 1980
 
Arthur Scargill
Issue 599
30 November 1984
 
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27 January 1995
 
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20 February 2004
 
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15 December 2000
 
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