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Issue: 808
Date: 4 December 1992

On The Cover: Norman Lamont



Andrew Neil Susan Nilsson
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Jeremy Corbyn
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The Queen Prince Harry
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David Cameron George Osborne Rupert Murdoch Angela Merkel Alexis Tsipras Prince George The Queen
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Issue 22
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The Queen Christmas
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Francis Chichester
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Harold Wilson
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John Profumo Geoffrey Rippon
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Mick Jagger Bianca Jagger
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Alec Douglas-Home
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Norman Willis
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Robert Runcie
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Ronnie Corbett Nigel Lawson
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Peter Tatchell Michael Foot
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George Bush Barbara Bush
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John Major David Frost
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Teddy Sheringham Alan Shearer
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Margaret Thatcher John Major
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Heathrow Airport
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Prince Harry
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Christmas
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Tony Blair
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Archbishop Justin Welby
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Owen Paterson
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Rupert Murdoch Wendi Deng Nigella Lawson Charles Saatchi
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Bob Diamond
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