Birthdays

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TODAY: Mr Graham Allen MP, 44; The Right Rev John Baker, former Bishop of Salisbury, 69; Mr John Rashleigh Belcher, thoracic surgeon, 80; Sir Alan Bowness, former Director of the Tate Gallery, 69; Miss Kathleen Byron, actress, 74; Miss Anna Calder-Marshall, actress, 50; Mr David Cecil, racehorse breeder, 54; Mr Henry Cecil, racehorse trainer, 54; Mr Jean Chretien QC, Prime Minister of Canada, 63; Mr Jason Connery, actor, 34; Mr Ben Crenshaw, golfer, 45; Mr Neville Duke, test pilot, 75; Miss Ann Firbank, actress, 63; Mr Barry Flanagan, sculptor, 56; Mr Andrew A. Gray, former chairman, Wellcome Foundation, 85; Mr Melvyn Hayes, actor, 62; Mr Mick MacManus, wrestler, 70; Mr Brian Moore, England rugby player, 35; Sir Alastair Morton, UK chairman, Eurotunnel, 59; Sir Anthony Nutting, former MP and government minister, 77; Mr Bryan Robson, former England football captain, 40; Air Chief Marshal Sir John Rogers, executive chairman, Motor Sports Association, 69; Mr Arthur Scargill, president of the National Union of Mineworkers, 59; Mr John Sessions, actor, 44; Air Commodore Joy Tamblin, former Director, WRAF, 71; Mr Rod Taylor, actor, 68; Mr Ronald Tress, economist, 82.

TOMORROW: Mr Anthony Andrews, actor, 49; Miss Hazel Aronson QC, Sheriff of Lothian and Borders at Edinburgh, 51; Mr Michael Aspel, television presenter, 64; Sir Charles Ball Bt, company chairman, 73; Lord Boardman, former chairman, National Westminster Bank, 78; Mr P.W. Botha, former president of South Africa, 81; Sir James Bottomley, former diplomat, 77; The Hon Sir Richard Butler, former president, National Farmers' Union, 68; Dame Fiona Caldicott, consultant psychotherapist, 55; Miss Stella Cunliffe, statistician, 80; Mr Keith Dawson, former Headmaster, Haberdashers' Aske's School, 60; Mr Brendan Foster, former Olympic athlete, 49; Mr Joe Frazier, heavyweight boxer, 53; Baroness Hamwee, solicitor and local councillor, 50; Baroness Hilton of Eggardon, former Head of Training, Metropolitan Police, 61; Miss Anne Howells, opera and concert singer, 56; Sir Anthony McCowan, a Lord Justice of Appeal, 69; Mr Denys Milne, former managing director, BP Oil, 71; Mr James Mortimer, former general secretary of the Labour Party, 76; The Very Rev Dr John Moses, Dean of St Paul's, 58; Mr Des O'Connor, comedian, 65; Miss Luise Rainer, actress, 87; Sir John Rennie, former Commissioner-General, UNRWA, 80; Sir Terence Streeton, former diplomat, 67; Sir Swinton Thomas, a Lord Justice of Appeal, 66.

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