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Latest revision as of 19:03, 6 March 2018

The Pride Power List was published in the Pride London Magazine 2011, and aims to list the most influential lesbian and gay people in the UK. A list of 300 was compiled by consulting various organisations, and the final selection was made by Ben Summerskill, Angela Eagle MP, and Linda Riley, managing director of Square Peg Media (publisher of Pride London).

  1. Gareth Thomas - rugby player
  2. Sir Ian McKellen - actor and gay-rights activist
  3. Chris Smith - politician
  4. Sir Elton John - musician
  5. Hope Powell CBE - coach, England women’s football team
  6. Russell T Davies - writer
  7. Clare Balding - TV presenter
  8. Sarah Waters - author
  9. Waheed Alli - gay-rights activist
  10. Ben Bradshaw - politician
  11. Gok Wan - TV presenter
  12. Sue Perkins - comedian and presenter
  13. Julie Bindel - journalist
  14. David Hockney - artist
  15. Sarah Garrett - owner, Square Peg Media
  16. Paul O'Grady - TV presenter
  17. Chris Bryant - politician
  18. Jane Hill - journalist and BBC newsreader
  19. Rhona Cameron - comedian
  20. John Barrowman - presenter and actor
  21. Amy Lamé - comedian, presenter and club promoter
  22. Ray Collins - Labour Party General Secretary
  23. Cllr Steve Reed - leader of Lambeth Council
  24. Paul Burston - author and journalist
  25. Peter Tatchell - gay and human-rights campaigner
  26. Baron Peter Mandelson - politician
  27. Laura Doughty - deputy chief executive of Stonewall
  28. Maggi Hambling CBE - artist
  29. Ravi Mirchandani - publisher
  30. David Isaac [quoted as "David Isaacs"] - chair of Stonewall and partner in Pinsent Masons law firm
  31. Jeanette Winterson OBE - author
  32. Neil Tennant - musician
  33. Holly Johnson - musician
  34. Antony Cotton - actor
  35. Stella Duffy - author
  36. Steven Davies - cricketer
  37. Evan Davis - TV and radio presenter
  38. Johann Hari - journalist
  39. Joan Armatrading - musician
  40. Jimmy Somerville - musician
  41. Michael Cashman - MEP
  42. Charlie Condou - actor
  43. Mark Palmer-Edgecumbe - diversity expert
  44. Alison Goldfrapp - musician
  45. Carol Ann Duffy - poet
  46. Barrie Drewitt-Barlow - entrepreneur
  47. Marge Connelly - director
  48. Charlotte Dingle - editor
  49. Tony Drewitt-Barlow - entrepreneur
  50. Sir Nick Partridge - Terrence Higgins Trust chief executive
  51. Sarah Weir - businesswoman
  52. Margot James MP - politician
  53. Stephen Fry - actor
  54. Matt Lucas - comedian and actor
  55. Alan Bennett - writer
  56. Kele Okereke - musician
  57. Linda Bellos - gay-rights activist
  58. Jessie J - musician
  59. Fiona Shaw (actress)
  60. Val McDermid - author
  61. Jean Osborne - campaigner
  62. Graham Norton - presenter
  63. Kirsty McNeill - political adviser and speechwriter
  64. Nick Herbert MP - politician
  65. Paul Gambaccini - presenter
  66. Alice Arnold - presenter and writer
  67. Antony Sher - actor
  68. Sir Howard Hodgkin - artist
  69. Boy George - musician
  70. Angela Mason - gay-rights campaigner
  71. Cllr Rodney Berman - leader of Cardiff City Council
  72. Eileen Gallagher - businesswoman
  73. Nick Forbes - new leader of Newcastle City Council
  74. Pratibha Parmar - filmmaker
  75. Julian Clary - comedian and author
  76. Martin Popplewell - journalist
  77. Terence Davies - film director
  78. John Partridge - actor
  79. Sandi Toksvig - TV presenter/comedian
  80. Richard Wilson - actor
  81. Ashley Steel - businesswoman
  82. Jake Arnott - author
  83. Ruth Davidson MSP - politician
  84. Alan Carr - comedian
  85. Brian Paddick - Lib Dem politician
  86. "Mayor Michael Brown" - gay rights-campaigner – Note this seems to be a mistake, arising from a confusion between Michael Brown and John Gallagher
  87. Patrick Strudwick - journalist
  88. Robert Taylor - Kleinwort Benson chief executive
  89. Rupert Smith - author
  90. Tim Sigsworth (listed as "Tim Sigworth") - campaigner
  91. Will Young - musician
  92. Dr Christian Jessen MD - TV presenter
  93. Laura Steel - musician
  94. Skin - musician
  95. George Michael - musician
  96. Christine Burns - trans activist
  97. Christopher Biggins - TV personality
  98. Heather Peace - actress and musician
  99. Derren Brown - Illusionist
  100. Lisa Power - activist

External links

http://www.timeout.com/london/feature/1168/the-pride-power-list-2011.