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Issue: 1234
Date: 17 April 2009

On The Cover: Sir Paul Stephenson



Andrew Neil Susan Nilsson
Issue 1399
21 August 2015
 
Jeremy Corbyn
Issue 1398
7 August 2015
 
The Queen Prince Harry
Issue 1397
24 July 2015
 
David Cameron George Osborne Rupert Murdoch Angela Merkel Alexis Tsipras Prince George The Queen
Issue 1396
10 July 2015
 
The Queen
Issue 90
28 May 1965
 
Issue 101
29 October 1965
 
Issue 173
2 August 1968
 
The Queen
Issue 120
22 July 1966
 
British Leyland
Issue 339
13 December 1974
 
Ted Heath
Issue 455
25 May 1979
 
Spiro Agnew Richard Nixon
Issue 309
19 October 1973
 
Jimmy Carter Gerald Ford
Issue 394
21 January 1977
 
Houses Of Parliament
Issue 627
27 December 1985
 
John McEnroe Jimmy Connors
Issue 520
20 November 1981
 
Ronald Reagan Menachem Begin
Issue 539
13 August 1982
 
Margaret Thatcher Ted Heath
Issue 495
5 December 1980
 
Tony Blair Liz Dawn Bill Tarmey
Issue 906
6 September 1996
 
Norman Tebbit
Issue 733
19 January 1990
 
Margaret Thatcher Ted Heath
Issue 961
16 October 1998
 
Tony Blair
Issue 907
20 September 1996
 
Christmas David Blunkett
Issue 1121
10 December 2004
 
Nick Griffin
Issue 1248
30 October 2009
 
Gordon Brown Andrew Marr
Issue 1239
26 June 2009
 
Railtrack
Issue 1013
20 October 2000
 
tens
Prince William Kate Middleton
Issue 1323
21 September 2012
 
Armageddon
Issue 1298
30 September 2011
 
Tim Peake David Cameron
Issue 1341
31 May 2013
 
The Parthenon
Issue 1291
24 June 2011
 
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