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Issue: 114
Date: 29 April 1966

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Boris Johnson Issue 1453
22 September 2017
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8 September 2017
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25 August 2017
1960s
Kwame Nkrumah Issue 110
4 March 1966
Tony Benn Issue 147
4 August 1967
Harold Wilson The Queen Pope Paul VI Marianne Faithful Issue 136
3 March 1967
1970s
Issue 301
29 June 1973
Issue 377
28 May 1976
Reginald Bosanquet Issue 461
17 August 1979
1980s
Ronald Reagan Issue 572
18 November 1983
Geoffrey Howe Issue 477
28 March 1980
David Jenkins Issue 608
5 April 1985
1990s
Tony Blair Bertie Aherne Issue 957
21 August 1998
Emperor Akihito Issue 951
29 May 1998
Annabel Goldsmith Issue 929
25 July 1997
2000s
Tony Blair Gordon Brown Issue 1003
2 June 2000
Adolf Hitler Issue 1124
21 January 2005
Tony Blair Issue 1028
18 May 2001
2010s
David Cameron Boris Johnson Issue 1365
2 May 2014
Chris Huhne Issue 1333
8 February 2013
Scottish Referendum Issue 1375
19 September 2014
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