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However, it was later stated that 22 November was a Tuesday, which it was in 1994.

Although the series, according to the timeline derived from the Chamber of Secrets reference, is set in the nineties, the series often seems as though it is set in the late nineties to mid-2000s, roughly concurrent with the publication of the books.

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It is possible, however unlikely, that Fudge could be referring to a more distant predecessor, as Thatcher took office before Fudge supposedly became Minister for Magic.

(Although one could imagine a scenario in which Fudge was delegated by the Minister for Magic to meet with the Prime Minister while he, Fudge, was in an inferior office.) Additionally, the personality and history of the Prime Minister portrayed appears to more closely match that of Tony Blair than of John Major.

“Sir John is a lovely man, but very thin-skinned,” says the man who played Fred West on screen, when I encountered him at a Pig Business fundraiser at the Sake no Hana restaurant in Mayfair.

“I told him how surprised I was that he was so into music hall and the creative arts, given that he was known as the grey man, and he insisted that he was only referred to as the grey man due to his hair.

” Death threats for Rupert Everett Playing Oscar Wilde in Sir David Hare's play The Judas Kiss at the Hampstead Theatre in north London, Rupert Everett gives an affecting performance of a much–abused character.

Off stage, things are not much better for the homosexual 53–year–old actor who admits that his recent highly critical comments about same sex parenthood have made him Public Enemy Number One. I'm having to take evasive action." Everett was widely criticised after he said in an interview earlier this month that he couldn't think of "anything worse than being brought up by two gay dads." Ben Summerskill, chief executive of Stonewall, the homosexual pressure group, said: "Rupert should get out a little bit more to see the facts for himself.

Can you imagine what it would be like having your two dads coming to school speech days?

"And hearing those awful queeny rows while you are trying to get to sleep?

" Michael Palin takes a walk on the wild side Unfazed by the problems that Joanna Lumley had obtaining insurance for a trip to Iran to make a documentary, Michael Palin is determined to take holiday programming into the parts of the world that Judith Chalmers and Gloria Hunniford were reluctant to reach in a series of one-off films for BBC One.

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