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Issue: 669
Date: 7 August 1987
Tony Blair
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4 September 2015
 
Andrew Neil Susan Nilsson
Issue 1399
21 August 2015
 
Jeremy Corbyn
Issue 1398
7 August 2015
 
The Queen Prince Harry
Issue 1397
24 July 2015
 
Issue 66
26 June 1964
 
Konrad Adenauer
Issue 19
7 September 1962
 
Vietnam
Issue 161
16 February 1968
 
John Lennon Yoko Ono
Issue 179
25 October 1968
 
Ted Heath
Issue 343
7 February 1975
 
Robert Mark
Issue 271
5 May 1972
 
Princess Margaret Tony Armstrong-Jones
Issue 226
14 August 1970
 
Quintin Hogg
Issue 214
27 February 1970
 
Brenda Dean
Issue 631
21 February 1986
 
Issue 663
15 May 1987
 
Mark Thatcher
Issue 582
6 April 1984
 
David Owen Rosie Barnes
Issue 671
4 September 1987
 
Margaret Thatcher
Issue 831
22 October 1993
 
Nelson Mandela FW de Klerk
Issue 735
16 February 1990
 
Prince Charles
Issue 839
11 February 1994
 
The Titanic
Issue 848
17 June 1994
 
Gordon Brown George W Bush
Issue 1212
13 June 2008
 
Tony Blair George W Bush
Issue 1050
22 March 2002
 
Adolf Hitler
Issue 1124
21 January 2005
 
Christmas
Issue 1043
14 December 2001
 
tens
Kittens
Issue 1351
18 October 2013
 
Vladimir Putin
Issue 1387
6 March 2015
 
Hillary Clinton Bill Clinton
Issue 1390
17 April 2015
 
Lauren Silverman Simon Cowell
Issue 1346
9 August 2013
 
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