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Issue: 228
Date: 11 September 1970

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1960s
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7 November 1961
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14 October 1966
Sue Murray Issue 123
2 September 1966
1970s
Jim Callaghan Issue 446
19 January 1979
Ayatollah Khomeini Issue 469
7 December 1979
The Queen Issue 371
5 March 1976
1980s
Ronald Reagan Menachem Begin Issue 539
13 August 1982
Geoffrey Howe Issue 528
12 March 1982
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14 October 1988
1990s
Princess Diana Issue 897
3 May 1996
Princess Diana Issue 932
5 September 1997
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3 January 1992
2000s
Oleg Deripaska George Osborne Peter Mandelson Issue 1222
31 October 2008
Tony Blair Alastair Campbell Issue 1056
14 June 2002
Tony Blair Issue 1146
25 November 2005
2010s
Boris Johnson David Cameron Issue 1329
14 December 2012
English Countryside Issue 1297
16 September 2011
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16 May 2014
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