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Issue: 1010
Date: 8 September 2000

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Tony Blair
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Andrew Neil Susan Nilsson
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Jeremy Corbyn
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7 August 2015
 
The Queen Prince Harry
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24 July 2015
 
Pope Paul VI Arthur Michael Ramsey
Issue 112
1 April 1966
 
Issue 16
27 July 1962
 
Jim Callaghan
Issue 191
11 April 1969
 
Alec Douglas-Home
Issue 54
10 January 1964
 
Harold Wilson Richard Nixon
Issue 212
30 January 1970
 
Concorde
Issue 368
23 January 1976
 
Ted Heath
Issue 273
2 June 1972
 
Issue 296
20 April 1973
 
Nigel Lawson
Issue 607
22 March 1985
 
Richard Arnot
Issue 546
19 November 1982
 
The Queen
Issue 703
25 November 1988
 
Bristol Police
Issue 478
11 April 1980
 
Bobby Robson
Issue 744
22 June 1990
 
Tony Blair
Issue 908
4 October 1996
 
Cecil Parkinson
Issue 745
6 July 1990
 
George Bush
Issue 767
10 May 1991
 
Tony Blair
Issue 1025
6 April 2001
 
Mohamed Al Fayed Victoria Beckham
Issue 1045
11 January 2002
 
George W Bush
Issue 1143
14 October 2005
 
Lordi
Issue 1159
26 May 2006
 
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Army Soldiers
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31 October 2014
 
Kate Middleton
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26 July 2013
 
Colonel Gaddafi
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Piers Morgan Rebekah Brooks (nee Wade)
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5 August 2011
 
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