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Sir Gerald Acher was educated in Wimbledon, became an articled clerk with Bird, Potter & Co in 1961 and has since had a...

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After graduating from Oxford, Sir Bryan started his career as a management trainee with Unilever. Later he ran businesses in Australia,...

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David Cameron, was born in London in 1966 and grew up in Berkshire. He studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oxford...

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Sir Cyril Chantler is Chairman of The Kings Fund and of University College London Partners. He is Chairman of the Beit...

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Sam Gyimah was elected as the Member of Parliament for East Surrey in May 2010. He is a member of the...

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Lady Howard Sandra Howard (nee Paul) was one of the leading fashion models of the 1960s, appearing on the cover of...

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Nicholas Owen was born in 1946. He started his journalistic career on the Sunday Mirror before moving to Fleet Street in...

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Opera and concert singer Jean Rigby is a keen supporter of Young Epilepsy, her son Oliver attends Young Epilepsy’s St Pier’s...

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Nicole Ronson Allalouf is the Managing Director and Founder of Nicron Productions Ltd., and international consultancy specialising in entertainment strategy,...

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Richard Stilgoe, OBE, is a songwriter, lyricist and musician. He was born in Surrey in 1943 and attended Clare College, Cambridge,...

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Andrew Wates was formerly Chairman of Wates Family Holdings, the ownership forum that oversees all Wates family interests, but still remains...

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Michael More-Molyneux is the current Lord Lieutenant of Surrey, appointed by HM the Queen in July 2015. He has lived in...

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Misdiagnosis rates in the United Kingdom are between 20–31%.

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