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Forbes List: the UK’s top 27 billionaires

The top 27 billionaires in the UK according to data released by Forbes magazine.

1. Gerald Cavendish Grosvenor and family - £6.954 billion

Source: Real estate

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1. Gerald Cavendish Grosvenor and family - £6.954 billion

Source: Real estate

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2. David and Simon Reuben - £6.405 billion

Source: Investments and real estate

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3. Hinduja Brothers - £5.063 billion

Source: Diversified

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4. Charles Cadogan and family - £3.355 billion

Source: Real estate

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5. Philip Green and family - £3.050 billion

Source: Retail

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6. Richard Branson - £2.806 billion

Source: Virgin

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7. James Dyson - £2.684 billion

Source: Vacuums and engineering

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8. Laurence Graff - £2.684 billion

Source: Diamond jewellery

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9. Anthony Bamford - £2.562 billion

Source: Construction equipment

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10. Joe Lewis - £2.562 billion

Sector: Investments

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11. Bruno Schroder - £2.501 billion

Source: Investments

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12. Bernard Ecclestone and family - £2.135 billion

Sector: Formula One

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13. Mike Ashley - £2.074 billion

Source: Sports retailing

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14. Ian and Richard Livingstone - £1.952 billion

Source: Real estate

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15. David and Frederick Barclay - £1.830 billion

Source: Media retail

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16. Eddie and Sol Zakay - £1.708 billion

Source: Real estate

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17. Farhad Moshiri - £1.586 billion

Source: Iron ore, steel, telecoms

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18. John Caudwell - £1.525 billion

Source: Mobile phones

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19. John Whittaker - £1.464 billion

Source: Real estate

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20. Clive Calder - £1.403 billion

Source: Record label

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21. Peter Hargreaves - £1.342 billion

Source: Financial services

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22. Nadhmi Auchi - £1.281 billion

Source: Real estate

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23. Alex Beard - £1.281 billion

Source: Glencore

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24. Mark Coombs - £1.159 billion

Source: Finance

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25. Ayman Asfari - £1.159 billion

Source: Oil services

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26. Richard Desmond - £1.159 billion

Source: Oil services

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27. Charles Dunstone - £1.098 billion

Sector: Mobile phones

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