Russian metals magnate Alisher Usmanov has topped the "Sunday Times" list of the wealthiest people in Britain and Ireland.
The 59-year-old, Uzbekistan-born owner of iron-ore producer Metalloinvest and of a 30 percent stake in the Arsenal soccer club has an estimated fortune of $20.3 billion.
Usmanov owns Sutton Place, the former residence of oil baron J. Paul Getty, and a mansion in London.
Second place on the list went to fellow Russian Len Blavatnik, who owns Warner Music and who last month sold a stake in oil giant TNK-BP for $2 billion.
Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich -- owner of the Chelsea soccer club -- was ranked fifth.
According to the "Sunday Times" list, the top 200 richest people in Britain have a combined wealth of $485 billion.
Based on reporting by AFP, "The Telegraph," and "The Sunday Times"