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Issue: 48
Date: 18 October 1963

On The Cover: Quintin Hogg

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8 September 2017
1960s
Issue 66
26 June 1964
Roy Thomson Issue 126
14 October 1966
Ted Heath Issue 33
22 March 1963
1970s
Ted Heath Issue 343
7 February 1975
Alex McDonald Issue 285
17 November 1972
Issue 467
9 November 1979
1980s
Ronald Reagan Issue 616
26 July 1985
Michael Foot Issue 524
15 January 1982
Issue 639
13 June 1986
1990s
Tony Blair Issue 937
14 November 1997
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3 August 1990
Tony Blair Issue 908
4 October 1996
2000s
Gordon Brown Cheryl Cole Alesha Dixon Issue 1232
20 March 2009
Tony Blair Issue 1006
14 July 2000
Cherie Blair Issue 1086
8 August 2003
2010s
Margaret Thatcher Issue 1338
19 April 2013
Chris Huhne Issue 1333
8 February 2013
David Cameron Issue 1416
15 April 2016
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