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ROBINSON, Anthony (born 1946), actor and writer; Vice-President, British Actors’ Equity, 1996–2000; Member, Labour Party National Executive, 2001–04; Ambassador, Alzheimer’s Society, since 2009

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PALMER, James L. (died 1961), Member of the Press Council; President, Guild of British Newspaper Editors, 1949; Chairman: Joint Editorial Committee of Guild and Newspaper Society; presided four-party conference, 1951, national training scheme for journalists; native and freeman of Chester

FIDLER, Michael M. (1916 - 1989), JP; President, General Zionist Organisation of Great Britain, since 1973; Founder and National Director, Conservative Friends of Israel, since 1974; Founder and International Director, All Party Friendship with Israel Group, European Parliament, since 1979; Chairman, International Organisation Commission, World Jewish Congress, since 1975; business consultant; Managing Director, Wibye Ltd, since 1968

WILLIS, (Zwinglius) Frank (1890 - 1974), General Secretary of the National Council of YMCAs, 1939–55, retired; Hon. Consultant to World Council of YMCAs on Ecumenical Questions and YMCA-Church Relationships; Chairman of Council of Voluntary Welfare Work 1956–62; Chairman of Committee for Overseas Travel Parties for Youth of the South African Aid to Britain Fund, 1948–58; Member Executive Committee, National Council of Social Service, 1941–70

WILLIAMS-ELLIS, (Bertram) Clough (1883 - 1978), architect; Past-President Design and Industry Association; Vice-Pres., Council for the Preservation of Rural Wales; Member Town Planning Institute; Member National Parks Committee; Chairman Glass Industry Working Party; Member National Trust Committee for Wales; Member Government Committee on Art and Industry; Member of Art Committee, University of Wales; Member Grand Council, British Travel Association; Vice-President Institute Landscape Architects; Member Advisory Council for Welsh Reconstruction; First Chairman First New Town Development Corporation (Stevenage); Member Festival of Britain 1951 Committee (Wales); Member Trunk Road Advisory Committee; late Welsh Guards, served in France, 1915–18 (despatches)

Johnston, George Lawson (1873 - 1943), JP; Lord Lieutenant of Bedfordshire since 1936; High Sheriff of Bedfordshire, 1924; Member of the Post Office Advisory Council since 1922; Member of Council London Chamber of Commerce; an Hon. Secretary King Edward’s Hospital Fund for London; Chairman Revenue Committee King Edward’s Hospital Fund for London and Member of Committee since 1901; Hon. Secretary, Thankoffering for the King’s Recovery, 1929; Hon. Treasurer Royal Northern Hospital, 1909–23; Chairman, Ministry of Information’s Advisory Committee on the Appointment of Advertising Agents; Chairman, Executive Committee Hospitals of London Combined Appeal, 1922; Chairman, British Charities Association; Treasurer County of London Red Cross; Chairman of British National Committee of the International Chamber of Commerce; Chairman, Committee on Nutrition, Ministry of Health; Chairman of Oakley Hunt Committee; Director of Daily Express from its foundation till 1917; Chairman Bovril, Ltd; Director Australian Mercantile, Land and Finance, Ltd; Lloyds Bank; Vice-Chairman Ashanti Goldfields Corporation; Vice-President British and Foreign Bible Society; moved the Hospital Payment Amendment to Third Party Risks section of Traffic Act, House of Lords, Dec. 1929 and 1933; introduced Voluntary Hospitals (Paying Patients) Bill, 1935; also reintroduced when it became law, 1936

 

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Founded in 1982 as an off‐shoot of the National Front, the BNP has no seats at Westminster, Cardiff or Edinburgh, but claims some 48 seats on local councils. Its constitution commits it to seek to restore ‘the white make‐up’ of Britain by encouraging voluntary repatriation. Its stance has moved from anti‐semitism to denunciation of fanatical Islamism. Other policies include the return of capital punishment, strong disapproval of homosexuality, and withdrawal from the European Union.

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