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Issue: 837
Date: 14 January 1994

On The Cover: John Major



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Grosvenor Square Riots
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Cardinal Heenan
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George Brown
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Ted Heath Anthony Barber
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Richard Nixon
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Spiro Agnew Richard Nixon
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Princess Margaret
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Margaret Thatcher Nigel Lawson
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David Owen David Steel
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Arthur Scargill
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John Major
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