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This category combines all use British English from May 2011 (2011-05) to enable us to work through the backlog more systematically. It is a member of Category:Use British English.


10 Years Younger (UK)

1824 in Wales

1843 in Wales

1920 Golders Green Handley Page O/400 crash

1923 Daimler Airway de Havilland DH.34 crash

1927 KLM Fokker F.VIII crash

1929 Luft Hansa Junkers G 31 crash

1930 Air Union Farman Goliath crash

1934 Air France Wibault 282T crash

1949 Exhall mid-air collision

1952 Farnborough Airshow DH.110 crash

1954 Aldbury Valetta accident

1955 in Wales

1957 Aquila Airways Solent crash

1957 Nutts Corner BEA Viscount crash

1965 Little Baldon Hastings accident

1966 Felthorpe Trident crash

1974 Norfolk mid-air collision

1981 Bristow Helicopters Westland Wessex crash

1988 World Snooker Championship

1996 Tri Nations Series

1997 Tri Nations Series

1998 Tri Nations Series

1999 Tri Nations Series

1st (United Kingdom) Division

2000 Tri Nations Series

2001 Tri Nations Series

2002 Tri Nations Series

2003 Tri Nations Series

2004 Tri Nations Series

2006 Morecambe Bay helicopter crash

2006–07 A1 Grand Prix of Nations, Great Britain

2010 North West 200 Races

2011 Superbike World Championship season

2011–12 Aston Villa F.C. season

2013 Raders Cup

46th (North Midland) Division

4th Infantry Division (United Kingdom)

5th Brigade (Australia)

7mm Narrow Gauge Association

A Dance to the Music of Time

AACTA Award for Best Film

AACTA Award for Best Television Comedy Series


Adrian Franklyn

Aer Lingus Flight 164

Al Atkins

Alan Baxter (author)

Alan Brazil

Alan Gardner, 1st Baron Gardner

Alec Cheyne


Alex Bennett (footballer)

Alfonso Ferrabosco III

Alfred Finnigan

Alice in Wonderland (1966 TV play)

Allan Brown (footballer)

Ally Dawson

Amazing (George Michael song)

Amy Guy

An Easier Affair

Andrew Knott

Andy Aitken (footballer, born 1877)

Andy Beattie

Andy Cunningham (footballer)

Antarctic krill

Antoine Hamilton

Antony Leung

Apocryphal biographies in the Dictionary of National Biography

Arctic Monkeys discography

Ariana Afghan Airlines Flight 701

Arthur Albiston

Ashes to Ashes (TV series)

Ashley Cooper (tennis)

Australian Democrats

Australian mangroves

BBC Sessions (The Who album)

BL 8-inch howitzer Mk VI – VIII

Barbary macaques in Gibraltar

Battle of Aliwal

Battle of Badli-ki-Serai

Battle of Chillianwala

Believe (The Chemical Brothers song)

Best Years of Our Lives (song)

Beverley Callard



Blues to the Bush

Bobby Campbell (Scottish footballer)

Bobby Clark (footballer)

Bowin P3

Brabham BT24

Brabham BT3

Brainiac: Science Abuse

Brenda Lindiwe Mabaso-Chipeio

Brett Ferres

British Home Championship

Bruce Payne

Burnden Park disaster

Butlins Skegness

Callum Davidson

Calvin Harris

Cambrian Airways Liverpool crash

Carex lacustris

Carex riparia

Caroline Chisholm

Cato the Younger (Rome character)

Channel Islands

Charles Abraham Elton

Charles Campbell (footballer)

Charles Dillon (actor-manager)

Charles Richard Elrington

Charlie Cooke

Charlotte Gainsbourg

Chloe-Beth Morgan

Chris Lewis (tennis)

Chris Lowe

Christophe Berra

Christopher Martin-Jenkins

Claire Forlani

Clan Macfie

Clive Leo McNeir

Cooper Car Company

Country Life (magazine)

Craig Kieswetter

Craven Park, Hull

DJ (H & Claire song)

Danny Blair

Danny Gormally

Dave Bowman (footballer, born 1964)

David Bamber

David Edmonds (philosopher)

David Fisher (II)

David Jennens

David Scott Cowper

Derek McMinn

Discovery Home & Health

Doctor Who (season 26)

Doctor Who (series 6)

Doctor Who Magazine

Doctor Who fandom

Doctor Who merchandise

Dominic Cooper

Don't Give Up (Peter Gabriel and Kate Bush song)

Doves (band)

Down (Jay Sean song)

Downend air crash

Dr. Feelgood

Durham University

Eamonn Bannon

Echo Arena Liverpool

Echo Park (album)

Eddie Colquhoun

Eddie and the Hot Rods

Edward Benson (bishop)

Endless Wire (The Who album)

England–Scotland football rivalry

Enochian Theory

Enter Shikari

Evonne Goolagong Cawley

Fairey Battle

Fairy Lochs

Faith (George Michael song)


Favourite Worst Nightmare

Fear of a Blank Planet


First voyage of James Cook

Five Live (EP)

Flawless (Go to the City)

Fleet Air Arm

Flower of Scotland

For Your Pleasure

Fortunes of War (TV series)

Frances de la Tour

Frank Brennan (footballer)

Franz Ferdinand (album)

Frazer Lecture

Freckleton Air Disaster

Fred Perry Grand Slam record

Frederick Cornwallis


Gaius Julius Caesar (Rome character)

Gallows (band)

General Screw Steam Shipping Company

Geoffrey Fisher

George Abbot (bishop)

George Aitken (footballer, born 1925)

George Brown (footballer, born 1907)

George Burley

George Cummings (footballer)

George Henry Morris

George Onslow (composer)

Georgia Brown (English singer)

Gibraltar Constitution Order 2006

Gibraltar general election, 2007

Gibraltar national football team

Gimme Gimme Gimme (TV series)


Glasgow Gorbals by-election, 1969

Glasgow North East by-election, 2009

Glasgow, Paisley and Johnstone Canal

Glastonbury Festival 2008

Glastonbury Festival 2009

Glenn Gregory

Golden Age of cricket

Gordon Murray

Graduate (band)

Graham Coxon

Graham Parker

Greatest Hits Live (The Who album)

Grey Day

Gus Kuhn


HMS Minotaur (1906)

HMS Monmouth (F235)

Halliwell Jones Stadium

Happiness (Hurts album)

Happiness in Magazines

Harry Andrews

Hawker Hunter Tower Bridge incident

Heaven 17

Henri Farman

Henry Field (apothecary)

Herbert Bunston

Hillsborough disaster

His Dark Materials

History of Doctor Who

Horsham Cricket Club

Hugh Curran

Human Traces


Hydra World Tour

I Am Not an Animal

I Need Something

I Want It All (Queen song)

Ian Astbury

Ian Dury

If You Were with Me Now

Imperial Wireless Chain

In Rock World Tour

It's Hard

Ivan Menzies

Jack Bell

Jack Crawford (cricketer)

Jack Davenport

James Corden

James Crawford (footballer, born 1904)

James Fergusson (judge and legal writer)

James Fergusson, Lord Kilkerran

James Frederic Elton

James William Slessor Marr

Jamie Parker

Jasper Carrott

Jasper Conran

Jealous Guy

Jenny (schooner)

Jerry Dawson (footballer, born 1909)

Jesus to a Child

Jim Cruickshank

Jim Evans (rugby union)

Jimmy Blair (footballer, born 1888)

Jimmy Brownlie

Jimmy Davidson (footballer, born 1925)

Jimmy Delaney

Jimmy McDougall

Jodie Kidd

Joe Acton

Joe Cocker

Joe McElderry

John Blackley

John Brownlie

John Cale

John Campbell (footballer, born 1871)

John Cumming (footballer)

John Fenwicke

John Finlay (poet)

John Hurt

John Moore (archbishop of Canterbury)

John Nettles

Join Together (album)

Jonathan Butler

Jonathan Miller

Jonathan Myles-Lea

Jonty Parkin

Joseph Banks

Joseph Firbank

José and Pilar

Jozua François Naudé

K-9 and Company

Kargil War

Karl Johnson

Katharine Brown

Kelly Osbourne

Kenneth Cranham

Kenny Campbell

Kerry Condon

Kevin McKidd

King George V Silver Jubilee Medal

Kris Commons

Lachlan Hay

Ladies & Gentlemen: The Best of George Michael

Laura Evans

Lee Boardman

Lee Byrne

Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy

Leicester South by-election, 2011

Len Martin

Les Jackson (cricketer)

Lesley-Anne Down

Leslie Martin

Lew Hoad

Lillah McCarthy

Lindsay Duncan

Linford Christie

Ling Sie Kiong

List of Doctor Who DVD and Blu-ray releases

List of Doctor Who audio releases

List of Doctor Who audiobooks

List of Doctor Who henchmen

List of Doctor Who items

List of Doctor Who music releases

List of Doctor Who planets

List of Doctor Who robots

List of Doctor Who supporting characters

List of Doctor Who villains

List of England national rugby union team matches

List of Scotland international footballers

List of Somerset cricket captains

List of UK Dance Chart number-one albums of 2009

List of UK Dance Chart number-one albums of 2010

List of UK Dance Chart number-one albums of 2011

List of UK Indie Chart number-one albums of 2009

List of UK Indie Chart number-one albums of 2010

List of UK Indie Chart number-one albums of 2011

List of UK Rock Chart number-one albums of 2009

List of UK Rock Chart number-one albums of 2010

List of UK Rock Chart number-one albums of 2011

List of UNIT personnel

List of guest appearances in Doctor Who

List of music featured on Doctor Who

List of surviving Supermarine Spitfires

Live at the Isle of Wight Festival 1970 (The Who album)

Live at the Royal Albert Hall (The Who album)

Live from Toronto (The Who album)

Living in the Past (song)

Living with the Dead (TV series)

Local authorities of Kenya


London School of Economics

Long Tall Shorty

Lord of the Flies

Lou Doillon

Love Today

Lucy Evangelista

Ludford, Lincolnshire

Luther (TV series)

Maiden England World Tour

Marcus Junius Brutus (Rome character)

Margaret Henderson

Mark Gosling

Married to the Eiffel Tower

Martin Cilia

Matthew Flinders

Max Bemrose

Meopham air disaster

Merry Xmas Everybody

Method Music

Metro Radio Arena

Michael Apted

Michael Cumpsty

Millennium Point (Birmingham)

Minimum Wage Ordinance

Miss Ethiopia

Miss United Kingdom

Mod revival

Modernity Killed Every Night

Motorpoint Arena Sheffield

Mount Kimbie

N.B. (album)

Nancye Wynne Bolton

Nasser Hussain

National Exhibition Centre

Nations Cup (football)

Nerina Pallot

Neva (ship)

New Order

Newton Faulkner

Nicola McLean (Scottish model)

Nicola Mimnagh

Nieve Jennings

Nigella sativa

Noah and the Whale


Octavia of the Julii

October 1926 Air Union Blériot 155 crash


One Devonshire Gardens

Ottery St Mary

Outside (George Michael song)

Pamela Franklin

Parachutes Tour


Passione (Paul Potts album)

Pat Cash

Pat Condell

Patrick McDouall-Crichton, 6th Earl of Dumfries

Paul Daley

Paul Devlin (footballer)

Paul Oakenfold

Peter Cormack

Peter Doohan

Peter Elmsley (bookseller)

Peter Lever

Pie Corbett

Ralph Brand

Remo Camerota

Renold Elstracke

Richard Field (Jesuit)

Robert Black (lawyer)

Robert Ferguson (physician)

Robert Finch (antiquarian)

Robert Page Arnot

Robert Stephen Hawker

Ronald Craufurd Ferguson

Rosemary Edmonds

SS Northern Star (1962)

Sacha Baron Cohen

Sacha Dhawan

Samuel Anderson (actor)

Samuel Barnett (actor)

Samuel Burdon Ellis

Sandy Archibald

Sandy Denny

Siege of Badajoz (1812)

Sir Charles Dalrymple Fergusson, 5th Baronet

Sir William Fergusson, 1st Baronet

Sir William Fermor, 1st Baronet

Stephen Campbell Moore

Steve Clarke

Steven Caldwell

Stevie Chalmers

Terry Farrell (architect)

The Age of the Understatement

The Art of Insincerity

The Black Adder

The Boxer Rebellion (band)

The Carpettes

The Chemical Brothers

The Chords

The Clique (1990s UK band)

The Cure

The Dark Side of the Moon Live

The Day After Tomorrow (TV special)

The Dream of the Blue Turtles

The Fall (Gorillaz album)

The Final Frontier World Tour

The Five Doctors

The Fixations

The Fog Band

The Girl Behind the Counter

The Glades (Bromley)

The Gunfighters

The History Boys (film)

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (novel)

The Impossible Astronaut

The King's Speech

The Lambrettas

The Last Broadcast (album)

The Little Stranger

The Mall (Bromley)

The Merry Wives of Windsor

The Monastery (TV series)

The New Seekers

The O2

The O2 Arena

Theophilus Ebenhaezer Dönges

Thomas Elrington (actor)

Thomas Hayes (scientist)

Thomas Howard Fellows

Tommy Burns (footballer)

Tommy Cairns

Tony Christie

Tony Gauci

Tully Craig

Vivien Leigh performances

Vyvyan Holland

Walter Arnott

William Anderson (Scottish footballer)

William Cringan

William Elstob

William Ferguson (botanist and entomologist)

William Fergusson (physician)

William Gouw Ferguson

William Juxon

William MacDonald (serial killer)

William Milne (missionary)

William Roy McGregor

Willie Carr

Willie Cunningham (footballer, born 1925)

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