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Kobiet dynamiczne bez zweryfikowanych bohaterka ( można niedźwiedź i pewnym momencie Godalming from the radio DJ Evans 2004 after he had been granted asylum Britain the previous year. The property cost him a coll £10m.He made his fortune by importing Mercedes cars into Russia and also distributed Russian-made Avtovaz vehicles. Berezovsky also took ownership of oil company Sibneft and became majority shareholder of Russian TV station ORT which he used as a propaganda vehicle for Yeltsin the 1996 presidential election. Despite initially helping Vladimir Putin take power he decided to go into opposition and fleeing to Britain was granted asylum. There are Russian arrest warrants place after Berezovsky was sentenced to six years imprisonment his absence for fraud, money laundering and embezzlement. Berezovsky changed his name to Platon Elenin 2003. He publically accused Putin of ordering the poisoning of associate and ex-Russian spy Litvinenko 2006. Litvinenko had reportedly unearthed a plot by a Russian agent to assassinate Berezovsky using a chemical weapon 2003. 2007 fled Britain on the advice of Scotland Yard who had reports of another planned assassination attempt. The oligarch was the news with reports that he be facing a divorce settlement of close on £100 million, which would set a UK record. Compatriot and fellow exiled Russian oligarch Yevgeny Chichvarkin bought neighbouring Dunsfold estate Barbins Grange from TV celebrity Anthea Turner 2009. Born Brenda Bottle, the actress is a Globe winner with a huge list of screen and stage appearances behind her. Blethyn started her acting career aftyer studying at the Guildford School of Acting. Her well-known appearances include and She was awarded the OBE for services to drama the 2003 New Year Honours List. -time Guildford resident Buerk is a BBC journalist and newsreader. It was his reporting, alongside the images of photographer Mohamed Amin, of the Ethiopian famine October 1984 that inspired the Band Aid movement. Buerk started his working life as a journalist on regional newspapers before moving into local radio. He joined BBC News 1973 and stayed with the corporation until his retirement. He anchored on all of the BBC's national news programmes over the years including the Nine O'Clock, Ten O'Clock and One O'Clock transmissions. Buerk retired from domestic broadcasting 2002 although he does undertake occasional projects which included presenting Moral Maze on Radio 4 One of his sons, Roland, survived the South Asian tsunami on Boxing Day 2004. Buerk himself had to be rescued by a RNLI lifeboat crew when the yacht he was helping crew ran into difficulties off the Hampshire coast 2008. Kelvin Calder is described as English media executive his wikipedia entry and was editor of newspaper between 1981 and 1993. The Weybridge resident is no stranger to controversy with his infamous headline during the Falklands War of 'Gotcha' when the Argentinian battleship General Belgrano was sunk with the loss of 323 lives and his handling of the paper's controversial coverage of the 1989 Hillsborough disaster when 96 Liverpool Football Club fans were killed crowd crushing. He was also responsible for the infamous Ate Hamster' headline which ran with a story that was reportedly a publicity stunt devised by publicist As a columnist with the same paper has continued to remain the limelight with his controversial opinions resulting him being branded as 'racist and prejudiced'. Locally 2008, briefly stole the headlines with his announcement that he was going to stand for election as Elmbridge councillor to protect local voters from the corporate machine. This was response to the council's decision to increase railway station car parking fees by 42% and of whom he wrote his newspaper column: If you were wondering what happened to the village idiot, I direct you to the town hall of Elmbridge council. Local resident publicist was quoted by the Weybridge News Mail