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Issue: 259
Date: 19 November 1971

On The Cover: Lord Longford



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David Cameron Samantha Cameron
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Punch
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7 August 1964
 
Kwame Nkrumah
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4 March 1966
 
Issue 66
26 June 1964
 
John Lennon Yoko Ono
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Clive Jenkins
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Ted Heath Douglas Hurd
Issue 234
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Christmas Peter Walker
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Joe Gormley
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Leon Brittan
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Len Murray
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Neil Kinnock Michael Foot
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29 July 1983
 
Geoffrey Howe
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Bill Clinton
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The Queen
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Bienvenida Buck
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Robin Cook
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David Cameron
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Tony Blair George W Bush
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Richard Desmond
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Richard Branson
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Christmas Nativity
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Prince Charles
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Olympic Security Guards
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