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Issue: 20
Date: 21 September 1962

On The Cover: Reginald Maudling

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1960s
Issue 16
27 July 1962
Issue 171
5 July 1968
Mary Wilson Harold Wilson Issue 77
27 November 1964
1970s
Reginald Maudling Issue 324
17 May 1974
Issue 417
9 December 1977
Ted Heath Issue 312
30 November 1973
1980s
Margaret Thatcher Issue 643
8 August 1986
Michael Foot Issue 541
10 September 1982
Michael Heseltine Christmas Issue 574
16 December 1983
1990s
Prince Philip Elena Ceausescu Nicolai Ceausescu The Queen Issue 732
5 January 1990
Christmas Issue 835
17 December 1993
John Major Issue 837
14 January 1994
2000s
Tony Blair Cherie Blair Issue 1115
17 September 2004
Iain Duncan Smith Ken Clarke Issue 1036
7 September 2001
Lordi Issue 1159
26 May 2006
2010s
Russian Soldiers Issue 1362
21 March 2014
George Osborne Issue 1404
30 October 2015
David Cameron Rebekah Brooks (nee Wade) Issue 1309
9 March 2012
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