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Issue: 461
Date: 17 August 1979

On The Cover: Reginald Bosanquet



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Army Soldiers
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David Cameron Samantha Cameron
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Cuban Missile Crisis
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Ronnie Biggs
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Enoch Powell
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George Wigg
Issue 391
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David Owen Andrew Young
Issue 421
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Jim Callaghan Lord Matthews
Issue 441
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Ted Heath
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The Guildford Four
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Geoffrey Howe
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Margaret Thatcher Geoffrey Howe Leon Brittan Nigel Lawson Keith Joseph
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Issue 663
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Tony Blair Liz Dawn Bill Tarmey
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Princess Diana
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John Gummer
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Bill Clinton
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The Addams Family
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Tony Blair Alastair Campbell
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John Reid
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The Queen
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David Cameron King Abdullah
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The Queen
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God St Pauls Cathedral
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Ed Miliband Len McCluskey
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