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Al Murray has announced he will be standing against Nigel Farage in the general election as his Pub Landlord character

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Dapper Laughs has his own ITV dating show

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Jimmy Dunn: Creative inside-forward at the heart of Wolverhampton Wanderers' Cup-winning side in 1949

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Richard Meade: Britain's most successful Olympic equestrian, a towering presence in the world of eventing for two decades

Meade was briefly linked romantically with Princess Anne, but she eventually married their Munich team-mate Mark Phillips

d’Artois: 'What little I was able to do was motivated by my love for France,' she said

Sonya d’Artois: SOE agent who showed extraordinary courage and resourcefulness in Nazi-occupied France

For her war work she was appointed MBE and mentioned in dispatches

Louis Tomlinson showed his support for gay Apple CEO Tim Cook on a trip to The X Factor studio in November 2014

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Brian Clemens: His output was so prolific during the late 1950s and 1960s that he frequently used the pseudonym 'Tony O'Grady'

Brian Clemens: Writer and producer who made 'The Avengers' an emblem of the Swinging Sixties and created 'The Professionals'

His output was so prolific during the 1950s and 1960s that he frequently used the pseudonym 'Tony O'Grady'

The tickets Michael Gove accepted had a combined value of £1,250

Jingle bells: When classic-loving Michael Gove embraced popular culture

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