2011 in the United Kingdom

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2011 in the United Kingdom
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Events from the year 2011 in the United Kingdom .

Incumbents

Events

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

Publications

Deaths

January

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Pete Postlethwaite
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John Gross
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Susannah York

February

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Tony Levin
Gary Moore Gary-Moore-at-Pite-Havsbad.jpg
Gary Moore
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Sir George Shearing

March

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Elizabeth Taylor

April

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11th Duke of Grafton
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Elisabeth Sladen
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Poly Styrene

May

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Sir Henry Cooper
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Claude Choules
Edward Hardwicke Edward Hardwicke.jpeg
Edward Hardwicke

June

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Miriam Karlin
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Martin Rushent
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Sir Patrick Leigh Fermor
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Brian Haw

July

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Anna Massey
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Amy Winehouse
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Lucian Freud

August

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Stan Willemse
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C. K. Barrett
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Billy Drake

September

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Andy Whitfield
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David Croft
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Emanuel Litvinoff

October

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Bert Jansch
Dan Wheldon Dan Wheldon 2.jpg
Dan Wheldon

November

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Alun Evans
Jackie Leven Jackie Leven 2007.jpg
Jackie Leven
Gary Speed Gary Speed 2011.jpg
Gary Speed

December

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Peter Gethin
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Christopher Hitchens
Sir Michael Dummett Michael Dummett September 2004.jpg
Sir Michael Dummett
Ronald Searle (self-portrait) In the Jungle - Self Portrait, Konyu, Thailand Jungle, July 1943 Art.IWMART1574776.jpg
Ronald Searle (self-portrait)

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