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Issue: 272
Date: 19 May 1972

On The Cover: Alec Douglas-Home



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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
 
Roy Thomson
Issue 126
14 October 1966
 
Ted Heath
Issue 108
4 February 1966
 
Issue 70
21 August 1964
 
Prince Philip The Queen
Issue 30
8 February 1963
 
John Stonehouse
Issue 347
4 April 1975
 
The Queen
Issue 344
21 February 1975
 
Harold Wilson
Issue 350
16 May 1975
 
Issue 296
20 April 1973
 
Leon Brittan
Issue 629
24 January 1986
 
Neil Kinnock Ken Livingstone
Issue 715
12 May 1989
 
Nigel Lawson Margaret Thatcher
Issue 716
26 May 1989
 
Prince Andrew Sarah Ferguson
Issue 633
21 March 1986
 
Norman Lamont Chris Patten
Issue 789
13 March 1992
 
Ted Heath Saddam Hussein
Issue 753
26 October 1990
 
Railtrack
Issue 987
15 October 1999
 
Terry Venables
Issue 899
31 May 1996
 
Patricia Hewitt
Issue 1157
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George W Bush
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5 January 2007
 
Tony Blair
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8 February 2002
 
George W Bush
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tens
House Of Commons
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Army Soldiers
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Colonel Gaddafi
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Francesco Schettino
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