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Issue: 267
Date: 10 March 1972

On The Cover: Alec Douglas-Home



Andrew Neil Susan Nilsson
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21 August 2015
 
Jeremy Corbyn
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7 August 2015
 
The Queen Prince Harry
Issue 1397
24 July 2015
 
David Cameron George Osborne Rupert Murdoch Angela Merkel Alexis Tsipras Prince George The Queen
Issue 1396
10 July 2015
 
Harold Wilson
Issue 72
18 September 1964
 
Issue 70
21 August 1964
 
Richard Nixon
Issue 174
16 August 1968
 
Harold Wilson The Queen Pope Paul VI Marianne Faithful
Issue 136
3 March 1967
 
Ted Heath
Issue 455
25 May 1979
 
Reginald Maudling
Issue 324
17 May 1974
 
Issue 279
25 August 1972
 
Jimmy Carter Gerald Ford
Issue 394
21 January 1977
 
Margaret Thatcher Ted Heath
Issue 501
27 February 1981
 
Norman Tebbit
Issue 637
16 May 1986
 
John McEnroe Jimmy Connors
Issue 520
20 November 1981
 
Michael Heseltine
Issue 585
18 May 1984
 
John Major
Issue 751
28 September 1990
 
Tony Blair Gordon Brown
Issue 942
23 January 1998
 
Teddy Sheringham Alan Shearer
Issue 952
12 June 1998
 
Princess Diana
Issue 902
12 July 1996
 
Tony Blair Gordon Brown
Issue 1042
30 November 2001
 
British Army
Issue 1243
21 August 2009
 
Tony Blair Alastair Campbell
Issue 1084
11 July 2003
 
George W Bush
Issue 1073
7 February 2003
 
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David Cameron John Bishop David Walliams
Issue 1312
20 April 2012
 
Peter Robinson Iris Robinson
Issue 1254
22 January 2010
 
Peter Mandelson
Issue 1267
23 July 2010
 
David Cameron
Issue 1257
5 March 2010
 
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