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Date: 17 March 1989

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15 November 1963
 
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24 November 1967
 
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19 December 1969
 
Tony Benn
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2 May 1975
 
Alec Douglas-Home
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10 March 1972
 
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4 June 1971
 
Denis Howell
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3 September 1976
 
Ariel Sharon
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24 September 1982
 
Esther Rantzen Desmond Wilcox
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15 August 1980
 
Douglas Hurd
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27 May 1988
 
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18 December 1981
 
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3 November 1995
 
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