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Issue: 903
Date: 26 July 1996

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George Brown
Issue 121
5 August 1966
 
Harold Wilson
Issue 172
19 July 1968
 
Issue 37
17 May 1963
 
Moon Landing
Issue 198
18 July 1969
 
Ted Heath
Issue 277
28 July 1972
 
Cyril Smith Jeremy Thorpe
Issue 372
19 March 1976
 
Reg Prentice Margaret Thatcher
Issue 413
14 October 1977
 
Rupert Murdoch
Issue 218
24 April 1970
 
Christopher John Soames
Issue 475
29 February 1980
 
Margaret Thatcher Mickey Mouse
Issue 711
17 March 1989
 
Margaret Thatcher
Issue 606
8 March 1985
 
Joseph Kagan
Issue 496
19 December 1980
 
Christmas
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Issue 764
29 March 1991
 
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12 December 1997
 
Prince Charles
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Fred Goodwin
Issue 1231
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Prince Charles
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19 August 2011
 
John Terry
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