Barbara Amiel, columnist, 78; Ken Bates, businessman and football executive, 87; Joan Brady, novelist, 79; Jeff Bridges, actor, 69; Lady (Angela) Browning, former Conservative minister, 72; Ann Christopher, sculptor, 71; Richard Deverell, director, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, 53; Nia
Griffith, MP and shadow secretary for defence, 62; Philip Hammond,
MP and chancellor of the exchequer, 63; Rhian Harris, director of the V&A Museum of Childhood,
51; Gemma Jones, actor, 76; Chas McDevitt, musician, 84; Yvonne Minton, mezzo-soprano, 80; Kate Rusby, folk singer, 45; Prof Sarah Spurgeon, head of electronic and electrical engineering at UCL, 55; Pamela Stephenson Connolly, clinical psychologist and writer, 69; Air Chief Marshal Lord Jock Stirrup, former chief of the defence staff, 69; Prof Jeffrey Tobias, oncologist and author, 72; Martin Weale, economist, 63; Toby Webster, founding director, the Modern Institute, 50; Terry Woods,
71; Derek Wyatt, former Labour MP and rugby international, 69.