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No. 5 - David Bishop (AKA ‘Lord Biro’ and ‘Bus-pass Elvis’)

Described by the BBC as “a serial fringe candidate,” Broxtowe, Nottingham born ‘Lord Biro’ attended the late paedophile Jimmy Savile’s funeral dressed as Elvis....

No. 6 - Lotti Henley (born Princess Windisch-Graetz of Austria)

In spite of being born in 1925 in a castle in Austria, West London based mother of two Lotti Henley spends days feeding the...

No. 7 - Chen Si (陳思)

Made famous in the film Angel of Nanjing, Chen Si has saved over 300 lives at the world’s most popular suicide spot, the Yangtze...

No. 8 - Livia Firth (born and also known as Livia Giuggioli)

In May 2016, Livia Firth daftly announced: “I celebrated reaching 30,000 followers on Instagram… I bought confetti”. The wife of the actor and a...

No. 9 - Dr Lisa Mckenzie (AKA “Red Lisa”)

This flame haired academic and “rebel ethnographer” is obsessed with what she calls the “Precariat” or what – in layman’s terms – might be...

No. 10 - Pastor Farris Wilks

A Texan bricklayer turned billionaire, Pastor Farris Wilks grew up in a goat shed but now owns an airport and his own aircraft. Firmly...

No. 11 - Suzanne Congdon LeRoy

Despite being the daughter of a woman suspected to have murdered her wealthy adopted mother and nurse in 1977 in Duluth, Minnesota, author Suzanne...

No. 12 - Emily Clarkson

The feminist daughter of the television icon Jeremy Clarkson is the antithesis of negativity and Katie Hopkins. Emily Clarkson was described as having “inherited...

No. 13 - Stinson Hunter (AKA “The Paedophile Hunter””, born Kieren Parsons)

With over 66,000 followers on Twitter, Stinson Hunter is a self-styled online crime fighter.Best known for having appeared on the Channel 4 documentary The...

No. 14 - Robert Worsley

Termed the “most principled man in Britain”, Robert Worsley turned down a £275 million offer for his farm in 2015.Part of the Locals Against...

No. 15 - Amanda Lindhout

This Canadian humanitarian campaigner and journalist became the news herself after being kidnapped, beaten and raped by fundamentalist teens in Somalia in 2008. Released...

No. 16 - Anthony Watson

Listed as one of Fortune’s ‘40 Under 40’ list of young business leaders and the Financial Times’ fourth most influential gay business leaders list, former...

No. 17 - Lord Wei

This English “social reformer” became the first British-born person of Chinese origin to enter the House of Lords in June 2010. A one time...

No. 18 - Ghislaine Maxwell

The favourite child of the crooked newspaper tycoon ‘Bouncing Bob’ Maxwell, New York based Ghislaine Maxwell has been described as “smart, funny, beaut, kind...

No. 19 - Chuck Feeney (also known as Charles Feeney)

A somewhat secretive billionaire who wants to go bust in his lifetime: Twice married, New Jersey born Chuck Feeney has dual Irish-American citizenship and...

No. 20 - Chris and Colin Weir

This former Scottish Television cameraman and his ex-nurse wife won £161 million on the EuroMillions lottery in 2011 and “believe that things do happen...

No. 21 - Camila Batmanghelidjh CBE

Larger than life Camila Batmanghelidjh was born in Tehran and was once described as “Britain’s most colourful charity leader”. In 1996, Batmanghelidjh founded Kids Company...

No. 22 - The Rt. Hon. Margaret Bondfield PC (1873 – 1953)

“The name’s Bondfield, Margaret Bondfield”: This left-winger was the first female Cabinet Minister in the UK and the only woman present at the Accession...

No. 23 - Ryan Holle

Convicted of first-degree murder in 2004 simply for lending his car to a friend and housemate named William Allen, Jr. who killed a drug...

No. 24 - Sir Kenneth Robinson

20 million people have watched this Liverpool born educationalist’s “How schools kill creativity” lecture on TED and his advocacy for discovering talents and passions...

No. 25 - Jeremy Bamber

Convicted of the 1985 murders of his millionaire adopted parents, his sister and her children at White House Farm at Tolleshunt D’Arcy in Essex,...

Stella Liebeck (1913 – 2004)

This pensioner spilt coffee on her lap in 1992 in the carpark of a McDonald’s drive-through in Albuquerque, New Mexico and won $2.9 million...

No. 27 - Henry Wyndham

A collector of English drawings and watercolours since the age of 14 and second to none as an auctioneer, Eton educated Wyndham hammered down...

No. 28 - Lloyd Scott MBE

This former professional football goalkeeper and cancer survivor completed the 2002 London Marathon in a deep-sea diving suit and took 12 days to walk...

No. 29 - Dr. Elisabeth Maxwell (better known as Betty Maxwell, 1921 – 2013)

Her “fat fraudster” husband called this French Hugenot Protestant “the keeper of my Jewish soul”. Of her life with him, she wrote an autobiography...

No. 30 - Baroness Doreen Lawrence OBE

The Jamaican mother of Stephen Lawrence, who was tragically murdered in a racist incident in 1993, has done huge amounts of community work in...

No. 31 - Kerry Grist-Needham (formerly Kerry Needham)

Since her twenty-one-month year old son Ben went missing on the Greek Island of Kos in July 1991, Ms. Grist-Needham has tirelessly campaigned to...

No. 32 - Martha Payne

A fearless child who set about improving school meals by posting photographs and rating the junk she was fed. Her blog, NeverSeconds, became an...

No. 33 - Virginia McKenna OBE

This British actress is best known for playing Joy Adamson in the true-life film Born Free alongside her real-life husband, Bill Travers (1957 –...

No. 34 - Gerry & Kate McCann

Their daughter Madeleine disappeared on the evening 3rd May 2007 from a holiday apartment whilst they sat enjoying tapas with a bunch of friends....

No. 35 - Gina Miller

This modern day suffragette is a philanthropist and founding partner of SCM Private, a Belgravia based firm of wealth managers. Gina Miller has three degrees, is...

No. 36 - Bono (Paul David Hewson)

This Irishman is one of the world’s best-known philanthropic performers. Having invested £56 million in Facebook in 2009, he’s now the richest living musician....

No. 37 - Peter Wetherell

He’s the gent who successfully led the campaign against Westminster Council’s ludicrous attempt to expand parking charges in the West End. He’s also Mayfair’s...

No. 38 - Hakim Berkani

A former parking warden who was probably the only decent one out there. He refused to behave like his grasping colleagues in Kensington &...

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