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Issue: 336
Date: 1 November 1974

On The Cover: Keith Joseph



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Nigel Farage Douglas Carswell Mark Reckless
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David Cameron Samantha Cameron
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Prince Charles
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23 February 1962
 
Harold Wilson Mary Wilson
Issue 96
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Harold Macmillan Charles De Gaulle
Issue 29
25 January 1963
 
Issue 52
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Issue 406
8 July 1977
 
Jim Callaghan
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Rupert Murdoch
Issue 218
24 April 1970
 
Issue 257
22 October 1971
 
Francis Pym
Issue 561
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Margaret Thatcher
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4 January 1980
 
Lord Franks
Issue 551
28 January 1983
 
David Steel David Owen Ian Paisley
Issue 598
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David Mellor
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Neil Kinnock Roy Hattersley
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John Major
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Ian Hislop Roy Hattersley
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Ken Livingstone Tony Blair
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Christmas
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Jeffrey Archer
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David Blunkett
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Piers Morgan Rebekah Brooks (nee Wade)
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Owen Paterson
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Ed Miliband
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