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- Robert Kirby: Musical arranger who worked with Nick Drake and Elvis Costello
- David Shepherd: Hugely respected doyen of English cricket umpires who stood in three successive World Cup finals
- Barry Letts: Actor who became a prolific writer and producer of television shows, including 'Doctor Who' and 'Z-Cars'
- Michael Shea: Press secretary to the Queen in the late Seventies and Eighties
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- Charles Clarke: Don't give Tony Blair the post of EU President
- Ben Chu: Prick those bubbles now
- Manmohan Singh: At long last, there is real hope of peace between India and Pakistan
- Adrian Hamilton: A masterful ballet to die for
- Edward Davey: The Wrong Brit for the Wrong Job
- Alex Deane: Four out of five of us believe freedoms are being eroded in Britain
- Ben Chu: The Tories' silly dance in the streets of Rome
- Sophie Morris: How much more evidence can the anti-drugs brigade take?
- Katy Guest: Facebook's like the real world – but better
- Natalie Evans: We need to tackle the causes of child poverty, not just the symptons
- Nicholas Lezard: Read between the lines, Arnie
- Julius Cavendish: 'They jumped from balconies to escape'
- Omar Waraich: Helping America is a tough sell in this part of the world
- Joe Windall: Authorities must change attitude to equipment
- John McKeown: Addictive cravings can destroy top competitors
- Susie Rushton: A more civilised way to cross the road
- Victoria Summerley: A mellifluent tone to calm the country
- Guy Adams: Chaste all round the dancefloor
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