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Issue: 764
Date: 29 March 1991

On The Cover: Mark Phillips



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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Alec Douglas-Home
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29 June 1962
 
Issue 38
31 May 1963
 
Jim Callaghan
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1 March 1968
 
Harold Macmillan Dorothy Macmillan
Issue 49
1 November 1963
 
Reginald Maudling
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26 November 1976
 
Ted Heath
Issue 223
3 July 1970
 
Michael Argyle
Issue 252
13 August 1971
 
Ted Heath Harold Wilson
Issue 220
22 May 1970
 
Prince Andrew Sarah Ferguson
Issue 696
19 August 1988
 
Harold Evans
Issue 529
26 March 1982
 
The Queen
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30 July 1982
 
Margaret Thatcher Geoffrey Howe
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Christmas Mohamed Al Fayed
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John Major
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Tony Blair Bill Clinton
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Terry Major-Ball
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17 November 1995
 
Margaret Thatcher David Cameron
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Charles Kennedy Sarah Gurling
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26 July 2002
 
Boris Johnson
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14 April 2006
 
The Queen Prince Philip
Issue 1155
31 March 2006
 
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Rupert Murdoch Wendi Deng Nigella Lawson Charles Saatchi
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Peter Mandelson
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Vladimir Putin
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David Cameron
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1 May 2015
 
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