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Issue: 705
Date: 23 December 1988

On The Cover: Edwina Currie



Andrew Neil Susan Nilsson
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Jeremy Corbyn
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The Queen Prince Harry
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David Cameron George Osborne Rupert Murdoch Angela Merkel Alexis Tsipras Prince George The Queen
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Ian Paisley
Issue 186
31 January 1969
 
Lyndon B Johnson
Issue 119
8 July 1966
 
The Queen Prince Philip
Issue 75
30 October 1964
 
Prince Charles
Issue 196
20 June 1969
 
Ted Heath
Issue 213
13 February 1970
 
Mao Tse-Tung
Issue 244
23 April 1971
 
Princess Margaret
Issue 466
26 October 1979
 
The Queen
Issue 449
2 March 1979
 
Adolf Hitler
Issue 683
19 February 1988
 
Houses Of Parliament
Issue 627
27 December 1985
 
Michael Edwardes
Issue 518
23 October 1981
 
David Owen
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19 September 1986
 
John Major
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28 September 1990
 
Neil Kinnock Roy Hattersley
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Railtrack
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15 October 1999
 
The Queen
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12 January 1996
 
Margaret Beckett Condoleezza Rice
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Fred Goodwin
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Michael Barrymore
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Tony Blair Colonel Gaddafi
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2 April 2004
 
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Rebekah Brooks (nee Wade)
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Ed Miliband
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Liam Fox David Cameron
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The Queen Sarah Ferguson
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28 May 2010
 
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