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11: David Miliband The other frontrunner for


the Labour leadership, David Miliband has had a big part to play in shaping British politics and foreign affairs this year.


12: Jeremy Clarkson He may be divisive and often


controversial, but Clarkson is a formidably popular writer and broadcaster. Whether you love


or loathe him, it’s fair to say that when he speaks, people sit up and take notice.


13: Sir Patrick Stewart


As an actor of world-renown, Stewart continues to make a


fine contribution to culture and the arts and was deservedly awarded a long-overdue


Knighthood at the beginning of this year.


14: Dr John Sentamu The Archbishop of York is the


second-most powerful man in the English church, and makes


good use of his position to speak out inspirationally on injustice,


social trends and political issues. 15: Alex Turner


It may have been a quiet year so far for the Arctic Monkeys frontman, but Turner’s


songwriting and lyrics are still


having a profound influence on musicians and singers the world over.


16: Jeremy Paxman


Griller of the political elite, Paxman is one of the few


broadcasters who can inspire genuine fear and trepidation in


the powerful when holding them to account on camera.


20: Prof Michael Arthur As Chairman of the powerful Russell Group of Universities, the Leeds University Vice- Chancellor is shaping the future of British higher-education as it enters its most turbulent period yet.


21: Derek Simpson Joint General Secretary of UNITE – the country’s largest trade union.


22: Alan Johnson Shadow Home Secretary and MP for Hull West and Hessle.


23: Sir Ken Morrison Founder of Morrisons and one of Britain’s wealthiest businessmen.


24: Eddie and Malcolm Healey Hugely wealthy self-made property and business magnates.


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25: Alan Ayckbourn Highly influential playwright and former artistic director of the Stephen Joseph Theatre.


26: Baroness Warsi Chairman of the Conservative Party and the first muslim woman to sit in Cabinet.


19: Vince Cable The York-raised Business Secretary and Treasury bigwig is having a huge hand in UK economics and the Government’s financial plans as a major, if reluctant player in the coalition.


18: David Peace Writer of dark, compelling stories based on real-life events, Peace’s work is at the forefront of literature and TV and film adaptations continue to bring his vision to a wider audience.


17: Marc Bolland Following his stint as Morrisons boss, the Dutch-born adopted Yorkshireman has just become the CEO of Marks & Spencer – taking the helm of one of the UK’s most respected retail brands in the process.


38: Mike Tomlinson Charity fundraiser and widower of the late Jane Tomlinson.


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39: Alistair Campbell Former Labour spin-doctor turned author and mental health campaigner.


40: Steve Beckett Co-founder and owner of Warp Records and Warp Films.


41: Prof Bob Cywinksi Influential neutron scientist making case for new technology to fight climate change.


42: Emily Cummins Inspirational young inventor and entrepreneur.


27: Richard Hammond Prominent, popular TV


presenter and journalist. 28: Eric Pickles


Secretary of State for


Communities and Local Government.


29: Ed Balls Shadow Education Secretary


and vocal critic of Tory policy. 30: Chris Moyles


Radio 1 DJ and presenter of the ever-popular Breakfast Show.


31: Yvette Cooper


Shadow Secretary of State for Work and Pensions.


32: David Cutter


Chief Executive of Skipton Building Society.


33: Sir Ben Kingsley


Internationally-renowned star of the cinema screen.


34: Kay Mellor


One of television’s most prolific and successful writers.


35: John Prescott


Labour lord and current media favourite.


36: Jarvis Cocker


Songwriter, singer and artist, and the former frontman of Pulp.


37: David Slade


Director of the recent blockbuster film Twilight: Eclipse.


50: Chris Davies Chief Executive of SIG Group.


51: Prof Norman Maitland Director of the Yorkshire Cancer Research unit at the University of York.


43: Oona King Labour candidate for the future London Mayoral Election.


44: Prof Ian Graham/Prof Dianna Bowles Discoverers of a hugely important scientific breakthrough in the fight against Malaria.


45: Philip Meeson Chief Executive of leading budget airline Jet2.


46: Colin Montgomerie Golfing great who will captain the European Team in this year’s Ryder Cup.


47: Sally Joynson Chief Executive of Screen Yorkshire.


48: Howard Webb Top referee who took charge of the fiery World Cup final.


49: Alan Titchmarsh Presenter and author rarely off our screens or out of our bookshops.


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