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TODAY: Mr Donald Anderson MP, 56; Lord Barber of Tewkesbury, environment consultant, 77; Mr Simon Bowes Lyon, Lord-Lieutenant of Hertfordshire, 63; Sir Michael Caine, former chairman, Booker plc, 68; Mr Nicholas Cook, cricketer, 39; Sir William Dale, legal consultant, 89; Sir Edward Downes, conductor, 71; Dr Sir Patrick Duffy, former MP, 75; Mrs Laura Duncan, Sheriff of Glasgow and Strathkelvin, 48; Sir Patrick Fairweather, ambassador to Italy and Albania, 59; Sir Stanley Grinstead, former chairman, Harmony Leisure Group, 71; Mr Derek Ibbotson, athlete, 63; Air Chief Marshal Sir Peter Le Cheminant, former Lieutenant Governor of Guernsey, 75; Mr Ken Livingstone MP, 50; Mr Kenneth Loach, television and film director, 59; Mr Hugh MacMahon, MEP, 57; Mr Barry Manilow, singer and composer, 49; Mr Anthony Marlow MP, 55; Mr Dean Martin, singer, 78; Miss Estelle Morris MP, 43; Miss Beryl Reid, actress, 75; Lt-Col Aidan Sprot, farmer and former Lord-Lieutenant of Tweeddale, 76; Mr Brian Statham, cricketer, 65; Captain Roderick Stirling of Fairburn, Lord-Lieutenant of Ross and Cromarty and Skye and Lochalsh, 63; Sir Maldwyn Thomas, former president, Welsh Liberal Party, 77; Professor Sir Alan Walters, political economist, 69.

TOMORROW: Miss Eva Bartok, actress, 66; Mr Peter Batty, television and film producer, 64; Mr James Bishop, editor-in-chief, Illustrated London News Publications, 66; Mr Michael Blakemore, theatre director, 67; Mr Ian Carmichael, actor, 75; Mr Carl de Winter, former Secretary-General, Federation of British Artists, 61; Mr Paul Eddington, actor, 68; Mr Barry Evans, actor, 52; Miss Patricia Hutchinson, former ambassador to Uruguay, 69; Mr Roy Jackson, former assistant general secretary, TUC, 67; Mr John Kelsall, Headmaster, Brentwood School, 52; General Sir Brian Kenny, Governor, Royal Hospital, Chelsea, 61; Sir Dennis Landau, former chief executive, CWS, 68; Mr Paul McCartney, songwriter and former Beatle, 53; Miss Alison Moyet, singer, 34; Sir Peter Phillips, former chairman, AB Electronics, 65; Miss Delia Smith, cook and writer, 54.