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Abbott, Hon. Anthony John, (born 4 Nov. 1957), MP (L) Warringah, New South Wales, 1994–2019; Prime Minister of Australia, 2013–15; Leader of the Liberal Party, Australia, 2009–15  

AC 2020

MP (L) Warringah, New South Wales, 1994–2019; Prime Minister of Australia, 2013–15; Leader of the Liberal Party, Australia, 2009–15

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Adams, Gerard, (Gerry), (born 6 Oct. 1948), Member of the Dáil (TD) (SF) Louth, 2011–20; President, Sinn Féin, 1983–2018 (Vice-President, 1978–83)  

Member of the Dáil (TD) (SF) Louth, 2011–20; President, Sinn Féin, 1983–2018 (Vice-President, 1978–83)

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Adams, Richard George, (10 May 1920–24 Dec. 2016), author  

Born 10 May 1920; s of Evelyn George Beadon Adams, FRCS, and Lilian Rosa Adams (née Button); m 1949, Barbara Elizabeth Acland; two d...

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Adonis, Baron, (Andrew Adonis) (born 22 Feb. 1963)  

PC 2009; Chairman, European Movement, since 2021 (Vice Chairman, 2018–21)

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Aitken, Rev. Jonathan William Patrick, (born 30 Aug. 1942), Assistant Prison Chaplain, HM Prison Pentonville, since 2018; Assistant Curate, St Matthew’s, Westminster, since 2018  

Assistant Prison Chaplain, HM Prison Pentonville, since 2018; Assistant Curate, St Matthew’s, Westminster, since 2018

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Allason, Rupert William Simon, (born 8 Nov. 1951), European Editor, World Intelligence Review (formerly Intelligence Quarterly), since 1985  

European Editor, World Intelligence Review (formerly Intelligence Quarterly), since 1985

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Alton of Liverpool, Baron, (David Patrick Paul Alton) (born 15 March 1951)  

Chairman, Banner Ethical Investment Fund, 1999–2011; Chairman and Director, Merseyside Special Investment Fund, 2001–06; Professor of Citizenship, 1997–2016, and Director, 1997–2016, Roscoe Foundation for Citizenship (formerly Foundation for Citizenship), Liverpool John Moores University (Hon. Fellow, 2016)

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Ampthill, 4th Baron, (Geoffrey Denis Erskine Russell) (15 Oct. 1921–23 April 2011)  

CBE 1986; PC 1995

Born 15 Oct. 1921; s of 3rd Baron Ampthill, CBE, and Christabel, Lady Ampthill (d 1976); m 1st, 1946...

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Anderson, Dr Digby Carter, (born 25 May 1944), Director, Social Affairs Unit, 1980–2004  

Director, Social Affairs Unit, 1980–2004

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Archer of Weston-Super-Mare, Baron, (Jeffrey Howard Archer) (born 15 April 1940)  

author

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Arran, 9th Earl of, (Arthur Desmond Colquhoun Gore) (born 14 July 1938)  

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Arthanayake, Nihal, (born 1 June 1971), Presenter, Afternoon Edition, BBC Radio 5 Live, since 2016  

Presenter, Afternoon Edition, BBC Radio 5 Live, since 2016

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Arthur, Thomas, (born 1 Oct. 1985), Member (SNP), Renfrewshire South, Scottish Parliament, since 2016; Minister for Community Wealth and Public Finance (formerly Public Finance, Planning and Community Wealth), since 2021  

Member (SNP), Renfrewshire South, Scottish Parliament, since 2016; Minister for Community Wealth and Public Finance (formerly Public Finance, Planning and Community Wealth), since 2021

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Ashley of Stoke, Baron, (Jack Ashley) (6 Dec. 1922–20 April 2012)  

CH 1975

Born 6 Dec. 1922; s of John Ashley and Isabella Bridge; m 1951, Pauline Kay Crispin (d 2003); three d; died...

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Ashton, Joseph William, (9 Oct. 1933–30 March 2020), journalist  

OBE 2007

journalist

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Atkinson, Peter Landreth, (born 19 Jan. 1943)  

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Attenborough, Baron cr 1993 (Life Peer), of Richmond upon Thames, in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, (Richard Samuel Attenborough) (29 Aug. 1923–24 Aug. 2014)  

Kt 1976; CBE 1967

Born 29 Aug. 1923; s of late Frederick Levi Attenborough and Mary Attenborough (née Clegg); m 1945, Sheila Beryl Grant Sim; one s one d...

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Atterbury, Paul Rowley, (born 8 April 1945), self-employed writer, lecturer, broadcaster, curator and antiques expert, since 1981  

self-employed writer, lecturer, broadcaster, curator and antiques expert, since 1981

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Baker of Dorking, Baron, (Kenneth Wilfred Baker) (born 3 Nov. 1934)  

CH 1992; PC 1984

Chairman, Graphite Resources plc, 2007–12

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Band, Thomas Mollison, (28 March 1934–21 Dec. 2019), Chairman, Perthshire Housing Association, 2003–09 (Director, since 1994)  

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Chairman, Perthshire Housing Association, 2003–09 (Director, since 1994)