A couple more never-wheres, unfortunately largely devoid of surface detail since the source images weren't exactly finished with much in the way of panel lines. I've got some fictitious service versions in the pipeline with extra (speculative) detail, but for now here's the blanks.
Warton's twin-finned delta canard design for a Phantom/Jaguar replacement from the early 80s. After merging with the TKF90 project this would eventually evolve into the Eurofighter Typhoon, but not until many, many
de Havilland DH127:
Naval strike aircraft with a secondary interceptor role, this was Hatfield's plan for a Buccaneer replacement. Two reheated Speys for power, she was intended to carry a semi-recessed Red Beard in the lower fuselage. Rather than using VG wings or blown flaps to reduce approach speed, the 127 would have thrust vectoring nozzles located forward of the reheat section and a pair of lift-jets in the nose. Fairly impractical really, the project never even made it to the mockup stage since the Sea Vixen replacement took priority.
*edit: just noticed a dropped clanger on the P.110, now amended