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Issue: 672
Date: 18 September 1987

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September 2021
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August 2021
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August 2021
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March 2017
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September 2016
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May 2001
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September 2004
William Hague William Hague
June 2001
1990s
Tony Blair Liz Dawn Bill Tarmey Tony Blair
September 1996
Michael Foot Michael Foot
February 1995
Margaret Thatcher Margaret Thatcher
December 1990
1980s
Lord Franks Lord Franks
January 1983
The Queen The Queen
March 1986
Margaret Thatcher Margaret Thatcher
February 1989
1970s
Clive Jenkins Clive Jenkins
September 1978
Michael Argyle Michael Argyle
August 1971
1960s
Cuban Missile Crisis Cuban Missile Crisis
December 1962
Dr Verwoerd Dr Verwoerd
September 1966
Ted Heath Ted Heath
August 1965
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