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Issue: 335
Date: 18 October 1974

On The Cover: Ted Heath



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Nigel Farage Douglas Carswell Mark Reckless
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David Cameron Samantha Cameron
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Jim Callaghan
Issue 209
19 December 1969
 
Fifth anniversary
Issue 127
28 October 1966
 
Prince Charles
Issue 196
20 June 1969
 
Reginald Maudling
Issue 20
21 September 1962
 
Issue 307
21 September 1973
 
Harold Wilson Henry Kissinger
Issue 321
5 April 1974
 
George Best
Issue 215
13 March 1970
 
Jean Shrimpton
Issue 236
1 January 1971
 
Issue 663
15 May 1987
 
Margaret Thatcher Ted Heath
Issue 501
27 February 1981
 
Edwina Currie
Issue 699
30 September 1988
 
Bristol Police
Issue 478
11 April 1980
 
Michael Heseltine
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The Titanic
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17 June 1994
 
Michael Heseltine
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Corgis
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Tony Blair Cherie Blair
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Tony Blair George W Bush
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Saddam Hussein
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Houses Of Parliament
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Prince Charles Camilla Parker Bowles
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Army Soldiers
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David Cameron Barack Obama
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Gordon Brown David Cameron Nick Clegg Sarah Brown Michael Caine Ed Balls Nick Griffin
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