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Issue: 81
Date: 22 January 1965

On The Cover: Tower of Babel



Ed Miliband
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14 November 2014
 
Army Soldiers
Issue 1378
31 October 2014
 
Nigel Farage Douglas Carswell Mark Reckless
Issue 1377
17 October 2014
 
David Cameron Samantha Cameron
Issue 1376
3 October 2014
 
Issue 166
26 April 1968
 
Ted Heath Enoch Powell
Issue 177
27 September 1968
 
Kwame Nkrumah
Issue 110
4 March 1966
 
Issue 2
7 November 1961
 
Ted Heath
Issue 237
15 January 1971
 
Harold Wilson
Issue 438
29 September 1978
 
Ted Heath
Issue 239
12 February 1971
 
Robert Mark
Issue 271
5 May 1972
 
Zola Budd
Issue 688
29 April 1988
 
Douglas Hurd
Issue 701
28 October 1988
 
Cecil Parkinson Ann Parkinson
Issue 619
6 September 1985
 
Issue 721
4 August 1989
 
Michael Heseltine
Issue 922
18 April 1997
 
Mohamed Al Fayed Kevin Keegan
Issue 976
14 May 1999
 
Gerry Hayes
Issue 915
10 January 1997
 
Christmas
Issue 757
21 December 1990
 
Tony Blair Cherie Blair
Issue 1060
9 August 2002
 
Boris Johnson
Issue 1120
26 November 2004
 
Michael Jackson
Issue 1240
10 July 2009
 
Tessa Jowell
Issue 1118
29 October 2004
 
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David Cameron Francis Maude
Issue 1311
6 April 2012
 
Nick Clegg Mike Thornton Nigel Farage Howling Laud Hope Ed Miliband John O'Farrell David Cameron Maria Hutchings
Issue 1335
8 March 2013
 
Kate Middleton
Issue 1345
26 July 2013
 
David Cameron Theresa May
Issue 1374
5 September 2014
 
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