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Issue: 214
Date: 27 February 1970

On The Cover: Quintin Hogg



Tony Blair
Issue 1400
4 September 2015
 
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
 
King Hussein of Jordan
Issue 146
21 July 1967
 
Ted Heath
Issue 33
22 March 1963
 
Ian Smith
Issue 163
15 March 1968
 
Ted Heath
Issue 99
1 October 1965
 
Margaret Thatcher Jimmy Young
Issue 459
20 July 1979
 
Princess Margaret Roddy Llewelyn
Issue 450
16 March 1979
 
Issue 379
25 June 1976
 
Issue 301
29 June 1973
 
The Queen Margaret Thatcher Ronald Reagan
Issue 587
15 June 1984
 
Geoffrey Howe
Issue 477
28 March 1980
 
Margaret Thatcher
Issue 686
1 April 1988
 
Robert Maxwell
Issue 651
28 November 1986
 
Bill Clinton
Issue 959
18 September 1998
 
VE Day
Issue 871
5 May 1995
 
Tony Blair
Issue 907
20 September 1996
 
John Major
Issue 782
6 December 1991
 
John Reid
Issue 1165
18 August 2006
 
The Queen Mother The Queen
Issue 1031
29 June 2001
 
David Blunkett
Issue 1169
13 October 2006
 
Vladimir Putin
Issue 1173
8 December 2006
 
tens
Metropolitan Police
Issue 1295
19 August 2011
 
Ed Miliband
Issue 1305
13 January 2012
 
The Queen Sarah Ferguson
Issue 1263
28 May 2010
 
Russian Soldiers
Issue 1362
21 March 2014
 
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