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Issue: 453
Date: 27 April 1979

On The Cover: Jim Callaghan



Andrew Neil Susan Nilsson
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Jeremy Corbyn
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The Queen Prince Harry
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David Cameron George Osborne Rupert Murdoch Angela Merkel Alexis Tsipras Prince George The Queen
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Reginald Maudling
Issue 20
21 September 1962
 
Issue 1
25 October 1961
 
Ian Smith
Issue 163
15 March 1968
 
Lyndon B Johnson Harold Wilson
Issue 88
30 April 1965
 
Issue 434
4 August 1978
 
Christmas Jeremy Thorpe
Issue 418
23 December 1977
 
Issue 417
9 December 1977
 
Reginald Maudling Harold Wilson Richard Nixon Alec Douglas-Home Ted Heath Tony Armstrong-Jones
Issue 262
31 December 1971
 
Margaret Thatcher Michael Heseltine
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10 January 1986
 
Michael Foot Tony Benn
Issue 515
11 September 1981
 
Issue 503
27 March 1981
 
Pamella Bordes
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28 April 1989
 
John Prescott
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Ken Clarke
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The Queen
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Prince Charles Prince Edward Prince Andrew
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Paul Burrell
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William Hague
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Michael Howard
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Chris Huhne Nick Clegg
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25 June 2010
 
Scottish Referendum
Issue 1375
19 September 2014
 
David Cameron Florence Cameron
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George Osborne
Issue 1273
15 October 2010
 
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