Who was who
TODAY Deaths: Kenneth Grahame, author of The Wind in the Willows, 1932; Aneurin Bevan, Labour politician, 1960; William Faulkner, author of The Sound and the Fury, 1962; Louis Armstrong, jazz legend, 1971; Ed McBain, crime novelist, 2005. TOMORROW Deaths
Deaths: Kenneth Grahame, author of The Wind in the Willows, 1932; Aneurin Bevan, Labour politician, 1960; William Faulkner, author of The Sound and the Fury, 1962; Louis Armstrong, jazz legend, 1971; Ed McBain, crime novelist, 2005.
Deaths: Richard Brinley Sheridan, dramatist, 1816; Arthur Conan Doyle, creator of Sherlock Holmes, 1930.
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Deaths: Percy Bysshe Shelley, English poet, 1822; Anthony Hope, author of The Prisoner of Zenda, 1933.
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- 3 Election shock: Tories lose overall control of Cambridgeshire County Council
- 4 Royston Picture Palace announces cinema's planned reopening date
- 5 Voters 'given a clear indication that they wish for us to try and run the council'
- 6 COVID deaths at Lister pass grim milestone
- 7 12 countries announced on travel green list from May 17
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- 9 Palmer and Johnson now neck and neck in race to be Mayor of Cambridgeshire
- 10 Filming taking place at National Trust's Wimpole Estate
Deaths: Edmund Burke, British statesman, 1797; Barbara Woodhouse, dog trainer, 1988; Rod Steiger, actor, 2002.
Deaths: Jelly Roll Morton, American ragtime pianist, 1941; Joe Davis, ex-snooker world champion, 1978; Winston Graham, author of the Poldark novels, 2003.
Deaths: George Gershwin, composer, 1937; Laurence Olivier, actor, 1989; Archbishop Lord Robert Runcie, Archbishop of Canterbury, 2000.
Deaths: Kenneth More, actor, 1982; Bill Owen, from Last of the Summer Wine, 1999.