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One Direction, Zoella and Sheeran make influential Brit list
One Direction, Ed Sheeran and YouTubers Zoella and Alfie Deyes have been named among the 500 most influential people in Britain.
Sam Smith, Calvin Harris and Banksy also feature on the Debrett\'s 500 list which recognises "people of influence and achievement in British society".
The 2015 edition, which started in 1769, includes Russell Brand and Mary Berry.
Ant and Dec, Idris Elba and Cara Delevingne also appear.
The list is put together by independent panels of specialists across 24 different fields including music, sport, stage and screen and war and peace.
The new media category features SBTV founder Jamal Edwards and YouTubers Felix Kjellberg (PewDiePie) and Charlie McDonnell, while Sir Elton John and Emma Watson were named in the philanthropists and activists.
Both Victoria and David Beckham appear on the list alongside Stephen Fry, Jessica Ennis-Hill and Wayne Rooney.
Gary Lineker, Andy Murray, Lewis Hamilton and Olympic medallists Laura Trott and Lizzy Yarnold have all been named in the sport category which also includes Clare Balding, Mo Farah, Amir Khan, Vincent Kompany, Rory McIlroy and Jose Mourinho.
The music category, which is made up entirely of men, features James Blake, Simon Cowell, Radio 1\'s head of music George Ergatoudis and Blur frontman Damon Albarn.
Oscar nominee Eddie Redmayne, Doctor Who actor Peter Capaldi and Benedict Cumberbatch feature on the stage and screen list.
Dame Judi Dench, James Bond director Sam Mendes and Steve McQueen, who directed 12 Years a Slave, are also named in the category.
Prince Charles features on the architecture and design list, Prince Harry is listed among the most influential philanthropists and activists, while the Duchess of Cambridge appears in fashion.
The 23 names on the art list include Tracey Emin, who has designed this year\'s Brit Awards, and Damien Hirst.
Richard Branson, David Walliams, Professor Brian Cox, Dr Stephen Hawking, JK Rowling and politicians Tony Blair and Boris Johnson also feature among the 500 names.
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