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Issue: 253
Date: 27 August 1971

On The Cover: Ted Heath

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8 September 2017
1960s
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14 February 1969
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27 November 1964
King Hussein of Jordan Issue 146
21 July 1967
1970s
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8 October 1971
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22 March 1974
Issue 315
11 January 1974
1980s
Margaret Thatcher Nigel Lawson Issue 697
2 September 1988
Margaret Thatcher Issue 643
8 August 1986
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20 April 1984
1990s
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30 May 1997
Corgis Issue 826
13 August 1993
Peter Cook Issue 863
13 January 1995
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24 December 2009
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12 December 2008
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3 October 2003
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24 March 2017
Bob Diamond Issue 1280
21 January 2011
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14 December 2012
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