COVERS LIBRARY
SEARCH COVER STAR: SEARCH COVER:
SEARCH YEAR: SEARCH YEAR:
TOP COVER STARS: TOP COVER STARS:
Viewing: Issue 784
ORDER THIS ISSUE

784



Issue: 784
Date: 3 January 1992

On The Cover: Norman Lamont

ORDER THIS ISSUE

Jeremy Corbyn Daniel Craig Jeremy Corbyn
February 2018
Jacob Rees-Mogg Jacob Rees-Mogg
February 2018
Carillion Carillion
January 2018
2010s
Prince Charles Camilla Parker Bowles Prince Charles
November 2013
EU Brexit David Cameron EU Brexit
February 2016
David Cameron George Osborne William Hague David Cameron
January 2011
2000s
Prince Charles Camilla Parker Bowles Prince Charles
February 2005
Prince Harry Prince Harry
March 2008
Mohamed Al Fayed Victoria Beckham Mohamed Al Fayed
January 2002
1990s
Norman Lamont Norman Lamont
June 1993
John Major John Major
April 1993
Cherie Blair Christmas Cherie Blair
December 1998
1980s
Margaret Thatcher Geoffrey Howe Leon Brittan Nigel Lawson Keith Joseph Margaret Thatcher
January 1985
Neil Kinnock Michael Foot Neil Kinnock
July 1983
Geoffrey Howe Geoffrey Howe
November 1983
1970s
Ted Heath Pope Paul VI Ted Heath
April 1973
Ted Heath Ted Heath
February 1975
Margaret Thatcher Margaret Thatcher
February 1978
1960s
Vietnam Vietnam
February 1968
Dr Verwoerd Dr Verwoerd
September 1966
Harold Wilson Harold Wilson
September 1964
This Private Eye covers library has been transferred over from the website Ugandan Discussions. All covers and material are the copyright of Private Eye. Please email repro@private-eye.co.uk in advance for reproduction permission and details of our charges.
More From Private Eye
Only In The Magazine
Private Eye Issue 1464

ONLY £2.00
SUBSCRIBE HERE

NEXT ISSUE ON SALE
6th March 2018
In This Issue private eye
Faith and Hope Distance Themselves from Charity, by Paul A. Postle… ‘Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spart’ – Episode 1 of ‘The Spy Who Came in from the Allotment’… Baftas Hijacked by #LookAtMeToo Activists in Black… Will the Jihadi Beatles Ever Get Back Together?… Britain Gripped by ‘Feigning Interest in Curling’… Film Industry Revolution as Black Superheroes Prove They Can Be Very Boring Too… Mary Beard: Julius Caesar Revealed, as told to Craig Brown

And also...

- Surplice funds: CofE plays hardball in payouts to abuse victims
- Money laundering: The UK’s still dutiful launderette
- Heath ’n’ smiles: Operation Conifer cops spin a yarn

For all these stories you can buy the magazine or subscribe here and get delivery direct to your home every fortnight.

Private Eye Issue 1463