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Issue: 871
Date: 5 May 1995

On The Cover: VE Day



Andrew Neil Susan Nilsson
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21 August 2015
 
Jeremy Corbyn
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7 August 2015
 
The Queen Prince Harry
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24 July 2015
 
David Cameron George Osborne Rupert Murdoch Angela Merkel Alexis Tsipras Prince George The Queen
Issue 1396
10 July 2015
 
Lyndon B Johnson Harold Wilson
Issue 88
30 April 1965
 
The Queen
Issue 120
22 July 1966
 
Issue 153
27 October 1967
 
Ian Smith
Issue 107
21 January 1966
 
Jim Callaghan Jack Jones
Issue 415
11 November 1977
 
Jim Callaghan
Issue 437
15 September 1978
 
Reginald Maudling
Issue 390
26 November 1976
 
The Queen Prince Philip
Issue 219
8 May 1970
 
Michael Foot Christmas
Issue 521
4 December 1981
 
Arthur Scargill
Issue 523
1 January 1982
 
Margaret Thatcher
Issue 471
4 January 1980
 
Arthur Scargill
Issue 581
23 March 1984
 
Eurostar
Issue 912
29 November 1996
 
Norman Tebbit
Issue 733
19 January 1990
 
Teddy Sheringham Alan Shearer
Issue 952
12 June 1998
 
John Major Norman Lamont
Issue 810
1 January 1993
 
Tony Blair Gordon Brown
Issue 1090
3 October 2003
 
Mohamed Al Fayed Victoria Beckham
Issue 1045
11 January 2002
 
George W Bush
Issue 1073
7 February 2003
 
Prince Charles Camilla Parker Bowles
Issue 1126
18 February 2005
 
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Jeremy Clarkson
Issue 1388
20 March 2015
 
Prince William Kate Middleton
Issue 1323
21 September 2012
 
Armageddon
Issue 1298
30 September 2011
 
Andrew Neil Susan Nilsson
Issue 1399
21 August 2015
 
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