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Issue: 997
Date: 10 March 2000

On The Cover: Jeffrey Archer



Andrew Neil Susan Nilsson
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Jeremy Corbyn
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The Queen Prince Harry
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24 July 2015
 
David Cameron George Osborne Rupert Murdoch Angela Merkel Alexis Tsipras Prince George The Queen
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10 July 2015
 
Light Brigade
Issue 158
5 January 1968
 
Issue 52
13 December 1963
 
Ian Smith
Issue 163
15 March 1968
 
Harold Wilson Jim Callaghan Pat Pheonix
Issue 122
19 August 1966
 
John Stonehouse
Issue 347
4 April 1975
 
Issue 386
1 October 1976
 
Geoffrey Rippon
Issue 249
2 July 1971
 
Issue 274
16 June 1972
 
Richard Branson Princess Michael of Kent Prince Michael of Kent
Issue 677
27 November 1987
 
John Nott
Issue 530
9 April 1982
 
Robert Maxwell Tiny Rowland
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4 May 1984
 
Leon Brittan
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9 August 1985
 
Tony Blair
Issue 882
6 October 1995
 
William Hague Ffion Hague
Issue 940
26 December 1997
 
Orange Men
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10 July 1998
 
Princess Diana
Issue 878
11 August 1995
 
Tony Blair
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7 April 2000
 
Charles Kennedy Sarah Gurling
Issue 1059
26 July 2002
 
David Cameron
Issue 1144
28 October 2005
 
Boris Johnson Ray Lewis
Issue 1214
11 July 2008
 
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Rupert Murdoch
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4 February 2011
 
David Cameron George Osborne Rupert Murdoch Angela Merkel Alexis Tsipras Prince George The Queen
Issue 1396
10 July 2015
 
George Osborne
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15 October 2010
 
Colonel Gaddafi
Issue 1296
2 September 2011
 
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