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TODAY: Miss Carol Barnes, television newsreader, 53; Sir Rodger Bell, High Court judge, 58; Miss Jacqueline Bissett, actress, 53; Lt-Gen Sir Derek Boorman, former Chief of Defence Intelligence, 67; Sir John Coulson, former Secretary-General of Efta, 88; Sir George Engle QC, former first Parliamentary Counsel, 71; Baroness Fisher of Rednal, former MEP, 78; Lord Flowers, former Vice-Chancellor, London University, 73; Professor Sir John Gunn, natural philosopher, 81; Dr Gordon Johnson, President, Wolfson College, Cambridge, 54; Sir John Kay, High Court judge, 54; The Hon Colin Moynihan, former MP, 42; The Most Rev George Noakes, former Archbishop of Wales, 73; Mr Colin Pickthall MP, 53; Sir Thomas Risk, former Governor of the Bank of Scotland, 75; Mr Robin Smith, cricketer, 34; Mr James Stuart-Smith, QC, former Judge Advocate General, 78; Professor Sir Malcolm Sykes, anaesthetist, 72; Mr Keith Thompson, former Vice-Chancellor, Staffordshire University, 65; Mr Mel Torme, singer, 72; Mr Shane Warne, cricketer, 28; Lord Weidenfeld, publisher, 78.

TOMORROW: Mr Paul Allott, cricketer, 41; Miss Amanda Barrie, actress, 58; Miss Sandra Blow, painter, 72; Mr James Clappison MP, 41; Lord Cledwyn of Penrhos, former government minister, 81; Professor John Coales, electrical engineer, 90; Sir James Cobban, former Headmaster, Abingdon School, 87; Vice-Admiral Sir William Crawford, 90; Lord Dean of Harptree, former MP, 73; Mr Morten Harket, pop singer, 38; Mr Martyn Hill, operatic tenor, 53; Mr Michael Howard, organ recitalist and conductor, 75; Mr Andy King MP, 49; The Hon Sir Angus Ogilvy, husband of Princess Alexandra, 69; Air Marshal Sir Frederick Sowrey, 75; Mr Kepler Wessels, cricketer, 40; Mr Ray Wilkins, footballer, 41; Mr Nicol Williamson, actor, 59