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Issue: 822
Date: 18 June 1993

On The Cover: Norman Lamont



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David Cameron Samantha Cameron
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27 December 1963
 
Richard Ingrams Ted Heath
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17 January 1969
 
Hugh Gaitskell Harold Macmillan
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23 March 1962
 
John Wells
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Harold Wilson
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Christmas
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Issue 382
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Ted Heath
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29 December 1972
 
Jeremy Thorpe
Issue 526
12 February 1982
 
David Gower
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Margaret Thatcher Ted Heath
Issue 495
5 December 1980
 
Margaret Thatcher Michael Heseltine
Issue 628
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John Smith
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Arthur Scargill
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John Major Margaret Thatcher
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Tony Blair Liz Dawn Bill Tarmey
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Richard Desmond
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Railtrack
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Ken Livingstone
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Father Christmas
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George Entwhistle Chris Patten
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Naomi Campbell Phillip Green
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