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Issue: 214
Date: 27 February 1970

On The Cover: Quintin Hogg



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Nigel Farage Douglas Carswell Mark Reckless
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David Cameron Samantha Cameron
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Alec Douglas-Home
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17 April 1964
 
Tony Benn
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Punch
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7 August 1964
 
Alec Douglas-Home
Issue 91
11 June 1965
 
Margaret Thatcher
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13 April 1979
 
Boris Karloff
Issue 433
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Peter Shore
Issue 356
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Andrew Young
Issue 424
17 March 1978
 
Issue 562
1 July 1983
 
Houses Of Parliament
Issue 627
27 December 1985
 
Christopher John Soames
Issue 475
29 February 1980
 
Ian Paisley
Issue 625
29 November 1985
 
Ted Heath Saddam Hussein
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Prince Edward Will Carling
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Norman Lamont
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Prince Charles
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Ken Livingstone
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Tony Blair Estelle Morris
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Lord Butler
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Prince Charles Camilla Parker Bowles
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Barack Obama Benjamin Netanyahu
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David Cameron
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Ken Clarke
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