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I regret to announce the death of the British print and broadcast media, while the whole irredeemable smugfest of the Ryder Cup golf thing sends it all into zombified living death for the next few days.

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I didn't realise the duchess of Devonshire was a Mitford. And yes, I do believe the last bit. Interesting, if bonkers, family.

Yes, they named one Unity Valkyrie. I wonder what happened to her.

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Geoffrey Holder, aka 'Baron Samedi' from the Bond film 'Live and let die'.

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baby doc duvalier

 

Rot in Hell

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baby doc duvalier

 

Rot in Hell

Oh, that has cheered me up! I hope it was a painful and protracted death.

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Stuart Gallagher, former Wales RU and RL international.

 

Played second row for Llanelli, prop for Bradford Northern and Keighley. Worked with my former mother-in-law at Associated Weavers in Bradford, and was well-liked.

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Stuart Gallagher, former Wales RU and RL international.

 

Played second row for Llanelli, prop for Bradford Northern and Keighley. Worked with my former mother-in-law at Associated Weavers in Bradford, and was well-liked.

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/rugby-union/29680218

 

I always rated Stuart and was sorry to see him leave Odsal, although he always seemed like a Union player playing League, not surprisingly I suppose. Big, powerful and quick with ball in hand, not quite such an asset in defence. 

 

RIP.

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I wonder if they'll show Confessions of a Driving Instructor in tribute.

 

 

It's not as bad as Confessions of a Pop Performer, but then, you'd know that.

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Former Australian PM Gough Whitlam, aged 98. Dismissed by the Governor-General in 1975 in a constitutional crisis and then beaten in the subsequent election.

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Bob Holness died 2 years ago,it is a good urban myth though.

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AKA Bob Holness.

 

AKA James Bond.

 

(Stuart Maconie started the Holness rumour didn't he?)

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Former Australian PM Gough Whitlam, aged 98. Dismissed by the Governor-General in 1975 in a constitutional crisis and then beaten in the subsequent election.

One of those "I thought he died ages ago" names.

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I had one of those moments when Eddie Waring died.

To this day I'm absolutely convinced that he died twice and that it was only me who noticed.

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