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TODAY: Mr Douglas Anthony CH, former Deputy Prime Minister of Australia, 65; Mr Edward Glanvill Benn, life president, Benn Bros, 89; Mr Phil Blakeway, rugby player, 44; Sir George Blunden, former Deputy Governor, Bank of England, 72; Mr Michael Bo nallack, secretary, Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews, 60; Sir George Christie, chairman, Glyndebourne Productions, 60; Mr Stephen Cleobury, organist, Cambridge University, 46; Mr John Denver, folk singer, 51; Air Marshal Sir Patrick Dunn, 82; Si r Anthony Hopkins, actor, 57; Sir James Howie, bacteriologist, 87; Mr Ben Kingsley, actor, 51; Mr Eric Mackay, former Editor, the Scotsman, 72; Miss Sarah Miles, actress, 51; Dr Valerie Pearl, President of New Hall, Cambridge, 68; M Jean-Pierre Rives, ru gby player, 42; Sir Joshua Rowley Bt, Lord-Lieutenant of Suffolk, 74; Mr Nigel Rudd, chairman, Williams Holdings, 48; Sir John Sainty, former Clerk of the Parliaments, 60; Mr Alexander Salmond MP, 40; Miss Donna Summer, singer, 46; Mr Hugh Tunnell, Ambas sador to Bahrain, 59; Sir David Walker, deputy chairman, Lloyds Bank, 55.

TOMORROW: Dr Jack Birks, former managing director, BP, 75; Mr Alister Campbell, rugby player, 35; Lord Colwyn, dental surgeon and jazz trumpeter, 53; Miss Valentina Cortese, actress, 71; Sir James Crane, former Chief Inspector of Constabulary, 74; Mrs Christine Crawley, MEP, 45; Sir John Dick QC, former Sheriff Principal of Glasgow and Strathkelvin, 75; Mr Richard Gibson, actor, 40; Professor Dame June Lloyd, paediatrician, 67; Miss Zena Marshall, actress, 68; Dr James Merriman, former chairman, Nationa l Computing Centre, 80; Mr James Moorhouse, MEP, 71; Col Patrick Porteous VC, 77; Sir Christopher Prout QC (Life Peer), 53; Professor Ralph Raphael, Professor Emeritus of Organic Chemistry, Cambridge University, 74; Mr Lawrence Rowe, cricketer, 46; Mr J.

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