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Issue: 75
Date: 30 October 1964

On The Cover: The Queen Prince Philip



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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 104
10 December 1965
 
Cuban Missile Crisis
Issue 27
21 December 1962
 
Common Market
Issue 141
12 May 1967
 
Issue 200
15 August 1969
 
Emperor Hirohito
Issue 256
8 October 1971
 
Peter Parker
Issue 432
7 July 1978
 
David Owen Joshua Nkomo Robert Mugabe
Issue 429
26 May 1978
 
Richard Nixon
Issue 310
2 November 1973
 
Ian Paisley
Issue 625
29 November 1985
 
The Queen
Issue 703
25 November 1988
 
Geoffrey Howe
Issue 502
13 March 1981
 
Len Murray
Issue 593
7 September 1984
 
John Major
Issue 782
6 December 1991
 
The Queen Prince Philip
Issue 938
28 November 1997
 
Robert Maxwell Christmas
Issue 783
20 December 1991
 
Jeffrey Archer
Issue 850
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The Addams Family
Issue 1128
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The Windsors
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Margaret Thatcher
Issue 1051
5 April 2002
 
Patricia Hewitt
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Bob Diamond
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21 January 2011
 
David Cameron John Bishop David Walliams
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Nick Clegg Nigel Farage
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