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Events from the year 2015 in the United Kingdom .

Incumbents

Elizabeth II Queen of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms

Elizabeth II is Queen of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms.

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom head of Her Majestys Government in the United Kingdom

The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom is the head of government of the United Kingdom. The Prime Minister directs both the executive and the legislature, and together with their Cabinet are collectively accountable for their policies and actions to the Monarch, to Parliament, to their political party and ultimately to the electorate. The office of Prime Minister is one of the Great Offices of State. The current holder of the office, Theresa May, leader of the Conservative Party, was appointed by the Queen on 13 July 2016.

David Cameron former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

David William Donald Cameron is a British politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 2010 to 2016. He was the Member of Parliament (MP) for Witney from 2001 to 2016 and Leader of the Conservative Party from 2005 to 2016. He identifies as a one-nation conservative, and has been associated with both economically liberal and socially liberal policies.

Events

January

Buckingham Palace Official London residence and principal workplace of the British monarch

Buckingham Palace is the London residence and administrative headquarters of the monarch of the United Kingdom. Located in the City of Westminster, the palace is often at the centre of state occasions and royal hospitality. It has been a focal point for the British people at times of national rejoicing and mourning.

Prince Andrew, Duke of York Son of Elizabeth II

Prince Andrew, Duke of York, is a member of the British royal family. He is the third child and second son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. At the time of his birth, he was second in the line of succession to the British throne; as of December 2018 he is seventh in line.

Jeffrey Epstein American financier, science and education philanthropist and sex offender

Jeffrey Edward Epstein is an American financier, science and research philanthropist, and registered sex offender. Epstein began his career at the investment bank Bear Stearns, before forming his own firm, J. Epstein & Co. In 2008, Epstein was convicted of soliciting an underage girl for prostitution, for which he served 13 months in "custody with work release". He lives in the United States Virgin Islands.

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

Publications

Births

May

Deaths

January

Leon Brittan (1939-2015) in 2011 Lord Brittan 2011.jpg
Leon Brittan (1939–2015) in 2011
Barrie Ingham (1932-2015) in 2011 8409Barrie.jpg
Barrie Ingham (1932–2015) in 2011

February

Jeffrey Segal (1920-2015) in 2008 Jeffrey Segal.jpg
Jeffrey Segal (1920–2015) in 2008
Steve Strange (1959-2015), the lead singer of Visage in 2014 Steve Strange, lead singer of English New Wave group "Visage".jpg
Steve Strange (1959–2015), the lead singer of Visage in 2014
Pamela Cundell (1920-2015) in 2011 Pamela Cundell.jpg
Pamela Cundell (1920–2015) in 2011
John Davies (1938-2015) John Davies (historian).jpg
John Davies (1938–2015)

March

Terry Pratchett (1948-2015), the author of the acclaimed Discworld series 10.12.12TerryPratchettByLuigiNovi1.jpg
Terry Pratchett (1948–2015), the author of the acclaimed Discworld series
Dave Mackay (1934-2015) in 2006 DaveMackay01.JPG
Dave Mackay (1934–2015) in 2006
Suzanne Farrington (centre) (1933-2015) in 1950 Suzanne Holman.jpg
Suzanne Farrington (centre) (1933–2015) in 1950

April

Cynthia Lennon (1939-2015) in 2010 Cynthia Lennon 2010.jpg
Cynthia Lennon (1939–2015) in 2010
Ronnie Carroll (1934-2015), at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1962 Eurovisie Songfestival 1962 te Luxemburg, voor Engeland Ronnie Carroll, Bestanddeelnr 913-6611.jpg
Ronnie Carroll (1934–2015), at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1962

May

Ruth Rendell (1930-2015) in 2007 RuthRendell.png
Ruth Rendell (1930–2015) in 2007
Flora MacNeil (1928-2015) in 2006 Flora Macneil.jpg
Flora MacNeil (1928–2015) in 2006
Raymond Gosling (1926-2015), who helped deduce the structure of DNA, in 2003 Raymond Gosling.jpg
Raymond Gosling (1926–2015), who helped deduce the structure of DNA, in 2003

June

Charles Kennedy (1959-2015) in 2009 Charles Kennedy 2009.jpg
Charles Kennedy (1959–2015) in 2009
Sir Christopher Lee (1922-2015) at the Berlin International Film Festival of 2013 Christopher Lee at the Berlin International Film Festival 2013.jpg
Sir Christopher Lee (1922–2015) at the Berlin International Film Festival of 2013
Ron Moody (1924-2015) in 1975 Ron Moody.jpg
Ron Moody (1924–2015) in 1975

July

Sir Nicholas Winton (1909-2015) in Prague in 2007 Nicholas Winton in Prague.jpg
Sir Nicholas Winton (1909–2015) in Prague in 2007
John Taylor (1942-2015) in 2008 John Taylor.jpg
John Taylor (1942–2015) in 2008
Eddie Hardin (1949-2015) Eddie Hardin 08072006 NSU 01.JPG
Eddie Hardin (1949–2015)

August

Cilla Black (1943-2015) in 1970 Cilla Black (1970).jpg
Cilla Black (1943–2015) in 1970
Robert Conquest (1917-2015) in 1987 Robert Conquest (cropped).jpg
Robert Conquest (1917–2015) in 1987
Anna Kashfi (1934-2015) in 1959 Anna Kashfi in Night of the Quarter Moon.jpg
Anna Kashfi (1934–2015) in 1959
Justin Wilson (1978-2015) in 2007 Justin Wilson 2007.jpg
Justin Wilson (1978–2015) in 2007
Oliver Sacks (1933-2015) in 2009 9.13.09OliverSacksByLuigiNovi.jpg
Oliver Sacks (1933–2015) in 2009

September

Judy Carne (1939-2015) in 1962 Fair exchange judy carne 1962.JPG
Judy Carne (1939–2015) in 1962
Sir David Willcocks (1919-2015) (centre) with Mellisma Willcocks.jpg
Sir David Willcocks (1919–2015) (centre) with Mellisma
Jackie Collins (1937-2015), whose books have sold over 500 million copies, in 2011 Jackie Collins - The Power Trip.jpg
Jackie Collins (1937–2015), whose books have sold over 500 million copies, in 2011

October

Denis Healey (1917-2015) in 1974 Denis Healey.jpg
Denis Healey (1917–2015) in 1974
Jim Diamond (1951-2015) in 2009 JimDiamond.jpg
Jim Diamond (1951–2015) in 2009
Major-General Michael Walsh (1927-2015) in 1984 Major General Michael Walsh 1984.jpg
Major-General Michael Walsh (1927–2015) in 1984
Sir Michael Beetham (1923-2015) in 1944, when he was a flight lieutenant Flt Lt M Beetham.jpg
Sir Michael Beetham (1923–2015) in 1944, when he was a flight lieutenant

November

Tom Graveney (1927-2015) in 1954 Tom Graveney 1954.jpg
Tom Graveney (1927–2015) in 1954
Phil Taylor (1954-2015) (right), performing with his band Motorhead in 1981, painted by Matthias Laurenz Graff Matthias Laurenz Graeff. "Motorhead. No Sleep 'til Hammersmith (The Ace Tour) 1981".jpg
Phil Taylor (1954–2015) (right), performing with his band Motörhead in 1981, painted by Matthias Laurenz Gräff
Warren Mitchell (1926-2015) in 1978 Warren Mitchell.jpg
Warren Mitchell (1926–2015) in 1978

December

William McIlvanney (1936-2015) in 2013 William McIlvanney at the Edinburgh International Book Festival 2013.jpg
William McIlvanney (1936–2015) in 2013
Peter Westbury (1938-2015) in 1970 Peter Westbury 1970 Nurburgring.JPG
Peter Westbury (1938–2015) in 1970
Jimmy Hill (1928-2015) (right) with Maurice Cook MauriceCookJimmyHill.jpg
Jimmy Hill (1928–2015) (right) with Maurice Cook
Lemmy (1945-2015) in 2005 Lemmy-02.jpg
Lemmy (1945–2015) in 2005

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