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Issue: 229
Date: 25 September 1970

On The Cover: Alec Douglas-Home

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Jeremy Corbyn Daniel Craig Jeremy Corbyn
February 2018
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February 2018
Carillion Carillion
January 2018
2010s
David Cameron Nick Clegg Vince Cable David Cameron
September 2013
Nicolas Sarkozy Angela Merkel Nicolas Sarkozy
December 2011
The Parthenon The Parthenon
June 2011
2000s
Bob Geldof Paul McCartney Madonna Pete Townshend Elton John Pete Doherty Bob Geldof
July 2005
Tony Blair Pope John Paul II Tony Blair
March 2003
Tony Blair Lord Levy Tony Blair
July 2006
1990s
Tony Blair Bertie Aherne Tony Blair
April 1998
Ian Paisley Ian Paisley
September 1994
Tony Blair Mo Mowlam Tony Blair
September 1999
1980s
Koo Stark Koo Stark
November 1988
Christmas Christmas
December 1988
Norman Tebbit Norman Tebbit
May 1986
1970s
Middle East Middle East
November 1977
Anthony Barber Anthony Barber
July 1971
Ted Heath Harold Wilson Arthur Michael Ramsey Ted Heath
April 1972
1960s
Harold Wilson Jim Callaghan Pat Pheonix Harold Wilson
August 1966
The Queen Harold Wilson The Queen
November 1969
John Profumo Geoffrey Rippon John Profumo
April 1963
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