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Issue: 798
Date: 17 July 1992

On The Cover: Virginia Bottomley



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David Cameron George Osborne Rupert Murdoch Angela Merkel Alexis Tsipras Prince George The Queen
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Harold Wilson
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Harold Wilson Ian Smith
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George Brown
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Richard Nixon
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Ted Heath Enoch Powell
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Ted Heath
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Harold Wilson Mary Wilson
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Neil Kinnock Roy Hattersley
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Robert Runcie
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Margaret Thatcher
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Railtrack
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Emperor Akihito
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Paddy Ashdown Neil Kinnock John Major Ian Paisley
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Margaret Thatcher
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Oleg Deripaska George Osborne Peter Mandelson
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Jeffrey Archer
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Charles Kennedy Sarah Gurling
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Ant McPartlin Dec Donelly
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Pope Benedict XVI Tony Blair
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David Cameron Nick Clegg
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The Queen Prince Harry
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