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This week we splash on the possibility that the SNP will hold a future Labour government to ransom, we have parties' manifesto promises and the the so-called "challengers' debate" that David Cameron missed. Away from the election, royal baby fever is mounting, Jeremy Clarkson blames a cancer scare and Sir Kenneth Branagh returns to direct and star in the West End. In sport, Jimmy Anderson beats Ian Botham's England Test wicket record and Liverpool's Steven Gerrard is denied an FA Cup final swansong by Aston Villa.
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The July 1st 2009 free trial issue features the life of Michael Jackson, King of Pop 1958-2009; Simon Heffer, the columnist, comments on the election of John Bercow as Speaker and Damien McElroy reports on the increasing tensions between Britain and Iran.
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