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Issue: 247
Date: 4 June 1971

On The Cover: Harold Wilson



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Harold Wilson Mary Wilson
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Jean Shrimpton
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Ted Heath
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The Queen Mary
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Jimmy Carter
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Robert Runcie
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Nigel Lawson
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Pamella Bordes
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Bienvenida Buck
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Neil Hamilton Christine Hamilton
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