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Issue: 961
Date: 16 October 1998

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26 November 1965
 
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28 April 1967
 
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20 June 1969
 
Issue 74
16 October 1964
 
Harold Wilson Barbara Castle
Issue 328
12 July 1974
 
The Queen Prince Philip
Issue 219
8 May 1970
 
Ted Heath
Issue 312
30 November 1973
 
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8 December 1978
 
Pamella Bordes
Issue 714
28 April 1989
 
Clive Jenkins
Issue 480
9 May 1980
 
Margaret Thatcher
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10 November 1989
 
The Queen Ronald Reagan
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13 May 1988
 
William Hague Cecil Parkinson
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27 June 1997
 
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1 January 1993
 
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13 September 1991
 
Prince Charles
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8 March 1996
 
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15 May 2009
 
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6 October 2000
 
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30 September 2011
 
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2 May 2014
 
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23 March 2012
 
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