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Issue: 61
Date: 17 April 1964

On The Cover: Alec Douglas-Home



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Jeremy Thorpe
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Alec Douglas-Home
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The Queen Prince Charles
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Arthur Scargill
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Margaret Thatcher Francois Mitterrand
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