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Issue: 840
Date: 25 February 1994

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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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Christian Barnard Aletta Louw
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Ian Smith
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William Shakespeare
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Harold Wilson
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Jim Callaghan
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Harold Wilson
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Jim Callaghan
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Issue 270
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Len Murray
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Christmas
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Geoffrey Howe
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Ken Livingstone
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Robin Cook Madeleine Albright
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Malcolm Rifkind
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Ffion Hague
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William Hague Ffion Hague
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William Hague
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David Beckham Tony Blair
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Tony Blair Ruth Kelly
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Railtrack Gerald Corbett
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Pope Benedict XVI Tony Blair
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Ukip Voter
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Lauren Silverman Simon Cowell
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