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Issue: 335
Date: 18 October 1974

On The Cover: Ted Heath

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March 2019
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February 2019
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February 2012
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April 2015
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May 2017
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October 2001
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April 2004
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April 2005
1990s
Tony Blair Gordon Brown Tony Blair
October 1999
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June 1997
David Owen David Owen
June 1990
1980s
The Queen The Queen
March 1986
Leon Brittan Leon Brittan
August 1985
Neil Kinnock Tony Benn Neil Kinnock
July 1984
1970s
Richard Nixon Richard Nixon
November 1973
Reginald Maudling Reginald Maudling
March 1971
1960s
Ted Heath George Brown Harold Wilson Ian Smith Ted Heath
January 1967
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April 1964
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September 1968
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