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Issue: 972
Date: 19 March 1999

On The Cover: Prince Charles



Tony Blair
Issue 1400
4 September 2015
 
Andrew Neil Susan Nilsson
Issue 1399
21 August 2015
 
Jeremy Corbyn
Issue 1398
7 August 2015
 
The Queen Prince Harry
Issue 1397
24 July 2015
 
Light Brigade
Issue 158
5 January 1968
 
Issue 28
11 January 1963
 
Issue 22
19 October 1962
 
The Queen Christmas
Issue 156
8 December 1967
 
Idi Amin Pope Paul VI
Issue 359
19 September 1975
 
Issue 377
28 May 1976
 
Princess Margaret
Issue 423
3 March 1978
 
The Queen
Issue 449
2 March 1979
 
Leon Brittan
Issue 617
9 August 1985
 
Prince Charles Princess Diana
Issue 653
26 December 1986
 
Margaret Thatcher
Issue 687
15 April 1988
 
Cecil Parkinson Margaret Thatcher
Issue 606
8 March 1985
 
Rail Privatisation
Issue 827
27 August 1993
 
John Major
Issue 829
24 September 1993
 
Michael Portillo
Issue 883
20 October 1995
 
Bobby Robson
Issue 744
22 June 1990
 
David Blunkett
Issue 1113
20 August 2004
 
Lordi
Issue 1159
26 May 2006
 
Prince Charles The Queen Mother
Issue 1007
28 July 2000
 
Gordon Brown Tony Blair
Issue 1152
17 February 2006
 
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Vladimir Putin
Issue 1361
7 March 2014
 
The Queen
Issue 1315
1 June 2012
 
The Queen Prince Harry
Issue 1397
24 July 2015
 
Sepp Blatter
Issue 1394
12 June 2015
 
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