Gabriel García Márquez dies aged 87

Colombian author gave the world ‘magical realism’

Gabriel García Márquez dies at 87

Outsold everything published in Spanish except the Bible

Wally Olins, 1930-2014

Developer of an increasingly vital business discipline

Margo MacDonald, politician and activist

Feisty ‘fechter’ for whom a free Scotland was the core crusade

Richard Hoggart: an independent intellectual

Richard Hoggart, academic, 1918-2014

Canada’s guide through global crisis

Jim Flaherty, former finance minister, 1949-2014

Ian Hamilton Fazey OBE, 1942-2014

FT’s face in the north was influential correspondent

Charles Keating, financier and moralist, 1923-2014

The zealot who saw virtue in a thrift and left savers with zero

Tibetan Communist who backed Dalai Lama

Phuntsog Wangyal, Tibetan Communist, 1922-2014

Rachel Lambert Mellon, garden designer, 1910-2014

Passionate horticulturalist who redesigned the Rose Garden

Spain’s first elected PM after Franco dies

Adolfo Suárez led country from dictatorship to democracy

Obituary: Gerard Mortier, arts administrator, 1943-2014

Opera iconoclast who deployed discord as a creative catalyst

Tony Benn: Rebel who made a firm imprint

Labour politician and champion of the left, 1925-2014

Pioneer of the Pill and biotech business

Alejandro Zaffaroni, life scientist and entrepreneur, 1923-2014

Charismatic union leader with a quick wit

Pugnacious leftwinger exasperated many London commuters

Chief who put the cruise at Cunard’s core

Ralph Bahna, travel and leisure executive, 1942-2014

William Duff, financial supervisor, 1922-2014

Stickler Scot who invoked an emir’s powers to build Dubai

Obituary: Condo king who gave seedy areas a new lease of life

William Zeckendorf, property developer, 1929-2014

Obituary: Jean-Paul Gardère, winemaker, 1920-2014

Savvy son of the Médoc soil who restored lustre to Latour

Shirley Temple, actress and ambassador

Child star who moved from Hollywood to the global political stage