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Issue: 1009
Date: 25 August 2000

Ed Miliband
Issue 1379
14 November 2014
 
Army Soldiers
Issue 1378
31 October 2014
 
Nigel Farage Douglas Carswell Mark Reckless
Issue 1377
17 October 2014
 
David Cameron Samantha Cameron
Issue 1376
3 October 2014
 
Richard Nixon
Issue 174
16 August 1968
 
George Brown
Issue 129
25 November 1966
 
Tower of Babel
Issue 81
22 January 1965
 
John Wells
Issue 86
1 April 1965
 
Princess Margaret Tony Armstrong-Jones
Issue 226
14 August 1970
 
Anthony Blunt
Issue 468
23 November 1979
 
Issue 308
5 October 1973
 
Issue 414
28 October 1977
 
United States Navy
Issue 693
8 July 1988
 
Issue 663
15 May 1987
 
Harold Macmillan
Issue 603
25 January 1985
 
Ayatollah Khomeini
Issue 710
3 March 1989
 
Railtrack
Issue 987
15 October 1999
 
Corgis
Issue 826
13 August 1993
 
Eurostar
Issue 912
29 November 1996
 
Neil Kinnock Roy Hattersley
Issue 792
24 April 1992
 
Robert Mugabe
Issue 1213
27 June 2008
 
The Census
Issue 1027
4 May 2001
 
Tony Blair Gordon Brown
Issue 1042
30 November 2001
 
Tony Blair
Issue 1123
7 January 2005
 
tens
Scottish Referendum
Issue 1375
19 September 2014
 
Hugh Grant
Issue 1336
22 March 2013
 
Nicolas Sarkozy Angela Merkel
Issue 1303
9 December 2011
 
Lord Leveson
Issue 1328
30 November 2012
 
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