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Issue: 999
Date: 7 April 2000

On The Cover: Tony Blair



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Nigel Farage Douglas Carswell Mark Reckless
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David Cameron Samantha Cameron
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Harold Wilson
Issue 131
23 December 1966
 
Harold Wilson
Issue 40
28 June 1963
 
Richard Nixon
Issue 174
16 August 1968
 
The Queen
Issue 41
12 July 1963
 
Jim Callaghan
Issue 364
28 November 1975
 
Issue 270
21 April 1972
 
Ted Heath
Issue 275
30 June 1972
 
Groucho Marx Chico Marx
Issue 398
18 March 1977
 
The Queen Major Ronald Ferguson
Issue 691
10 June 1988
 
Len Murray
Issue 573
2 December 1983
 
Margaret Thatcher Mickey Mouse
Issue 711
17 March 1989
 
Leonid Brezhnev
Issue 486
1 August 1980
 
The Grand National
Issue 817
9 April 1993
 
Margaret Thatcher John Major
Issue 787
14 February 1992
 
Tony Blair Liz Dawn Bill Tarmey
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Rail Privatisation
Issue 891
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Lordi
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George W Bush
Issue 1193
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Gordon Brown
Issue 1142
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Tony Blair
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George Osborne
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The Queen
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Owen Paterson
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Metropolitan Police
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