UPDATE: 19 Nov 16.45 I believe the list is still available but the site is overloaded. Obviously lots have found the same source as I did and lots have found me. I hadn't expected so many visitors.
Having read in the 'papers this morning about the leaking of this list on the web I was intrigued to see if I could find it. I should stress that this was an intellectual exercise only: I have often wondered if I could find "banned" data on the web.
Would it still be there?
Originally the list had been posted on Blogger - bnpmemberslist.blogspot.com - but this blog has been removed as has any cache of the blog.
From the post title clearly the list is available for download. I found the list in less than 10 minutes but I cannot tell you how to find the list other than to say that, initially, what I knew is little except a key search done on time or really great differences over the unbiased knowledge.
I imagine that once posted the list could never be effectively withdrawn.
Given that the law was probably broken in publishing these details, you must be responsible for your own actions should you choose to look and download the data.
I have visited the download site only.
My intellectual curiosity has been satisfied - totally.