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Issue: 82
Date: 5 February 1965

On The Cover: Winston Churchill



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Nigel Farage Douglas Carswell Mark Reckless
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David Cameron Samantha Cameron
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Jim Callaghan
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1 March 1968
 
The Queen
Issue 41
12 July 1963
 
Ringo Starr John Lennon Harold Wilson George Harrison Paul McCartney
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Issue 116
27 May 1966
 
George Brown
Issue 232
6 November 1970
 
Issue 333
20 September 1974
 
The Queen
Issue 283
20 October 1972
 
Harold Wilson
Issue 327
28 June 1974
 
Ken Livingstone
Issue 514
28 August 1981
 
Andre Previn Advanced Passenger Train
Issue 522
18 December 1981
 
Ken Livingstone
Issue 634
4 April 1986
 
Margaret Thatcher Francois Mitterrand
Issue 720
21 July 1989
 
Kenneth Baker
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16 August 1991
 
Issue 739
13 April 1990
 
John Major
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John Major
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Christmas
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Adolf Hitler Nazi Party
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Mark Thatcher
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3 September 2004
 
Richard Branson
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Prince William Princess Catherine
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Pope Benedict XVI Tony Blair
Issue 1271
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Rupert Murdoch Wendi Deng Nigella Lawson Charles Saatchi
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Vladimir Putin
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