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Issue: 363
Date: 14 November 1975

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8 September 2017
1960s
Joseph Stalin Issue 152
13 October 1967
Issue 39
14 June 1963
Hippies Issue 148
18 August 1967
1970s
Harold Wilson Mary Wilson Issue 250
16 July 1971
Peter Walker Issue 231
23 October 1970
Andrew Young Issue 424
17 March 1978
1980s
Christmas Issue 704
9 December 1988
Andre Previn Advanced Passenger Train Issue 522
18 December 1981
The Queen Margaret Thatcher Ronald Reagan Issue 587
15 June 1984
1990s
Bienvenida Buck Issue 842
25 March 1994
Corgis Issue 826
13 August 1993
Terry Major-Ball Issue 885
17 November 1995
2000s
Ed Balls Issue 1215
25 July 2008
Tony Blair Issue 1109
25 June 2004
Lordi Issue 1159
26 May 2006
2010s
Christmas Issue 1408
21 December 2015
Tom Watson The Queen Prince Philip Tony Blair Gordon Brown John Major Nadiya Hussain Issue 1403
16 October 2015
Rupert Murdoch Issue 1281
4 February 2011
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