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Issue: 1148
Date: 23 December 2005

On The Cover: Christmas



Ed Miliband
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Army Soldiers
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31 October 2014
 
Nigel Farage Douglas Carswell Mark Reckless
Issue 1377
17 October 2014
 
David Cameron Samantha Cameron
Issue 1376
3 October 2014
 
Issue 2
7 November 1961
 
Ted Heath
Issue 33
22 March 1963
 
Issue 57
21 February 1964
 
Issue 76
13 November 1964
 
Jim Callaghan
Issue 437
15 September 1978
 
Christmas
Issue 235
18 December 1970
 
Issue 447
2 February 1979
 
George Brown Malcolm Muggeridge
Issue 225
31 July 1970
 
Neil Kinnock
Issue 595
5 October 1984
 
Issue 662
1 May 1987
 
Neil Kinnock Tony Benn
Issue 590
27 July 1984
 
Issue 717
9 June 1989
 
Prince Charles
Issue 849
1 July 1994
 
Camilla Parker Bowles
Issue 864
27 January 1995
 
Jeffrey Archer
Issue 990
26 November 1999
 
John Major
Issue 834
3 December 1993
 
George W Bush
Issue 1143
14 October 2005
 
Tony Blair
Issue 1047
8 February 2002
 
Margaret Beckett Condoleezza Rice
Issue 1164
4 August 2006
 
Tony Blair Alastair Campbell
Issue 1084
11 July 2003
 
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Ed Miliband
Issue 1305
13 January 2012
 
UKIP Clowns
Issue 1339
3 May 2013
 
Kittens
Issue 1351
18 October 2013
 
Rupert Murdoch
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24 February 2012
 
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