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Issue: 267
Date: 10 March 1972

On The Cover: Alec Douglas-Home



Ed Miliband
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Army Soldiers
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Nigel Farage Douglas Carswell Mark Reckless
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David Cameron Samantha Cameron
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3 October 2014
 
Issue 22
19 October 1962
 
John Wells
Issue 86
1 April 1965
 
Issue 35
19 April 1963
 
Jim Callaghan
Issue 209
19 December 1969
 
Issue 434
4 August 1978
 
Issue 281
22 September 1972
 
Princess Margaret Frankie Howerd
Issue 426
14 April 1978
 
Yasser Arafat Idi Amin
Issue 380
9 July 1976
 
Margaret Thatcher
Issue 471
4 January 1980
 
Cecil Parkinson Norman Tebbit
Issue 700
14 October 1988
 
Bristol Police
Issue 478
11 April 1980
 
Len Murray
Issue 573
2 December 1983
 
John Smith
Issue 846
20 May 1994
 
Saddam Hussein
Issue 759
18 January 1991
 
Terry Major-Ball
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17 November 1995
 
Norman Lamont Chris Patten
Issue 789
13 March 1992
 
Christmas
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Gordon Brown Andrew Marr Baroness Scotland Alistair Darling Harriet Harman David Miliband Boris Johnson
Issue 1246
2 October 2009
 
The Queen
Issue 1127
4 March 2005
 
Saddam Hussein
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24 January 2003
 
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Prince William Princess Catherine
Issue 1292
8 July 2011
 
David Cameron
Issue 1253
8 January 2010
 
Vladimir Putin
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25 July 2014
 
Julian Assange
Issue 1321
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