Most popular name in Britain in the 1970s, Paul has featured prominently for centuries with clear links to St Paul


Paul was the most popular name in Britain in the 1970s and has featured prominently for centuries. St Paul’s conversion on the road to Damascus has symbolised a turning point in someone’s life


Paul Dacre as Daily Mail editor became the most influential journalist of his generation, Paul Gaugin tried painting in France then went native in Tahiti, J Paul Getty wealthiest and most successful of all the Gettys, Paul Hewson better known as Bono at the front of U2 – and good causes, Paul McCartney Yesterday man still going strong, legendary musician and songwriter, Paul Merton classic case of trying out in stand-up en route to the big time, Paul Newman blue-eyed actor happiest driving racing cars, Paul Scholes the footballer’s footballer spent years at the heart of Manchester United, Paul Smith from a little shop in Nottingham to fashion phenomenon

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