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Issue: 364
Date: 28 November 1975

On The Cover: Jim Callaghan

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1960s
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2 October 1964
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7 September 1962
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3 April 1964
1970s
Michael Foot Issue 351
30 May 1975
Ted Heath Issue 228
11 September 1970
Leonid Brezhnev Helmut Schmidt Issue 428
12 May 1978
1980s
Margaret Thatcher Kenneth Kaunda Issue 565
12 August 1983
Margaret Thatcher Mickey Mouse Issue 711
17 March 1989
Michael Foot Issue 541
10 September 1982
1990s
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1 May 1998
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31 August 1990
The Queen Prince Philip Issue 768
24 May 1991
2000s
Margaret Thatcher David Cameron Issue 1186
8 June 2007
George W Bush Donald Rumsfeld Issue 1106
14 May 2004
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27 October 2006
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26 July 2013
Olympic Security Guards Issue 1319
27 July 2012
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6 August 2010
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