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Issue: 494
Date: 21 November 1980

On The Cover: Princess Diana



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David Cameron Samantha Cameron
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Lyndon B Johnson Harold Wilson
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Houses Of Parliament
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The Queen Prince Philip
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John Stonehouse
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Harold Wilson
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Tony Benn Michael Foot
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Margaret Thatcher
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Neil Kinnock
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John Major
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Tony Blair
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Railtrack
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Jonathan Aitken
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Carole Caplin
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John Major Edwina Currie
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David Cameron Theresa May
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