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Issue: 1324
Date: 5 October 2012

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Jim Callaghan
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George Brown
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The Queen
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Princess Anne Captain Mark Phillips
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Tony Benn
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Clive Jenkins
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Hugh Scanlon
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Ken Livingstone
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Lord Matthews
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Len Murray
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Michael Portillo
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John Prescott
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Neil Hamilton Christine Hamilton
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Saddam Hussein
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