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Issue: 917
Date: 7 February 1997

On The Cover: John Major



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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Harold Wilson Jim Callaghan Pat Pheonix
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Issue 57
21 February 1964
 
The Queen Harold Wilson
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12 November 1965
 
Richard Nixon
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16 August 1968
 
Denis Healey
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12 November 1976
 
The Queen Prince Philip
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8 May 1970
 
Ted Heath
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25 January 1974
 
Harold Wilson
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16 May 1975
 
Michael Foot
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7 November 1980
 
Margaret Thatcher Geoffrey Howe Leon Brittan Nigel Lawson Keith Joseph
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11 January 1985
 
Nigel Lawson Margaret Thatcher
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Geoffrey Howe
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Helmut Kohl
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Norman Lamont Chris Patten
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Christmas
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Nicholas Ridley Margaret Thatcher
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The Queen Camilla Parker Bowles
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Ed Balls
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Boris Johnson Ray Lewis
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Tessa Jowell
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Piers Morgan Rebekah Brooks (nee Wade)
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Rupert Murdoch
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David Cameron William Hague George Osborne Theresay May Philip Hammond House Of Commons
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