Friday 21 March 1997
Miss Margaret Rothwell, to be Ambassador (non-resident) to the Republic of Liberia.
Mr David Snoxell, to be Ambassador (non-resident) to the Republic of Cape Verde and the Republic of Mali.
Mr James Daly, to be British High Commissioner to the Republic of Mauritius.
Dr John Freeman, to be UK Permanent Representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency, to the UN Industrial Development Organisation and to other UN organisations at Vienna, with the personal rank of Ambassador.
Mr Christopher Ian McGonigal, to be a Circuit Mercantile Judge, on the North Eastern Circuit.
Judge Godfrey Evans, to be President of the Association of District Judges.
Mr W.R.A. Ross, to be Secretary and Keeper of the Records of the Duchy of Cornwall.
Mr Stephen Layton, to be Organist and Director of the Choir of the Temple Church.
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