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Issue: 1074
Date: 21 February 2003

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1960s
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13 December 1963
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29 March 1968
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7 September 1962
1970s
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6 September 1974
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28 April 1978
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25 August 1972
1980s
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26 December 1986
Jimmy Carter Issue 479
25 April 1980
Geoffrey Howe Issue 571
4 November 1983
1990s
The Queen Francois Mitterrand Issue 845
6 May 1994
Rail Privatisation Issue 827
27 August 1993
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26 April 1991
2000s
David Blunkett Issue 1113
20 August 2004
John Major Edwina Currie Issue 1064
4 October 2002
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10 June 2005
2010s
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3 October 2014
No Terror Issue 1415
1 April 2016
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31 May 2013
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