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Issue: 542
Date: 24 September 1982

On The Cover: Ariel Sharon



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Army Soldiers
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Nigel Farage Douglas Carswell Mark Reckless
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David Cameron Samantha Cameron
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Harold Wilson
Issue 203
26 September 1969
 
The Queen Harold Wilson
Issue 102
12 November 1965
 
Jim Callaghan
Issue 149
1 September 1967
 
Issue 50
15 November 1963
 
Reginald Maudling
Issue 276
14 July 1972
 
John Stonehouse
Issue 347
4 April 1975
 
John Stonehouse
Issue 355
25 July 1975
 
Clive Jenkins
Issue 436
1 September 1978
 
Koo Stark
Issue 702
11 November 1988
 
Keith Joseph
Issue 476
14 March 1980
 
Issue 639
13 June 1986
 
Michael Heseltine
Issue 605
22 February 1985
 
John Major
Issue 919
7 March 1997
 
Imran Khan James Goldsmith
Issue 872
19 May 1995
 
Robin Cook Gaynor Regan
Issue 947
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William Hague Cecil Parkinson
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27 June 1997
 
Gordon Brown Cheryl Cole Alesha Dixon
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Patricia Hewitt
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28 April 2006
 
Christmas Angels
Issue 1200
21 December 2007
 
Christmas David Blunkett
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God St Pauls Cathedral
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Rupert Murdoch
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Pudsey Bear
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Boris Johnson
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