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Issue: 453
Date: 27 April 1979

On The Cover: Jim Callaghan

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February 2018
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December 2017
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February 2013
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September 2004
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April 2008
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January 2004
1990s
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April 1997
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June 1993
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June 1981
Bristol Police Bristol Police
April 1980
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September 1984
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August 1976
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June 1971
Jim Callaghan Jim Callaghan
September 1978
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January 1967
Hippies Hippies
August 1967
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