Saturday 01 January 1994
Mr David Robert White, to be joint district judge for the districts of the Truro, Bodmin, Camborne, Penzance and St Austell County Courts, and in the District Registry of the High Court at Truro.
Dr Ian Newton, to be President of the British Ecological Society.
Lord Perry of Walton, to be a member of the Foundation for Science and Technology.
Mr Jeremy Pope, to be Managing Director of Transparency International.
Mr Michael Nicholas, to be Chief Executive of the Royal College of Organists.
Mr R de C. Chapman, Headmaster of Malvern College, to be Chairman of the Headmasters' Conference 1994.
From the blogs
David Prior's very personal reason for thinkg that investigators need appropriate expertise
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As a reluctant vegetarian (so reluctant that I'm not vegetarian at all) and a reluctant risotto eate...
Time for the monthly treat from David Hayes, who writes about British politics for the Australian In...
Serena Williams apologises after comment that rape victim 'shouldn't have put herself in that position'
Bankers could face jail after report urges the Government to introduce new criminal offence for reckless management
Feat of engineering: Incredible photographs show construction beneath New York's Second Avenue
World news in pictures
Google challenges US surveillance gagging order
- 1 Serena Williams apologises after comment that rape victim 'shouldn't have put herself in that position'
- 2 Disability campaigners celebrate 'victory' after government rethink over plans to make it more difficult to claim disability benefits
- 3 Bankers could face jail after report urges the Government to introduce new criminal offence for reckless management
- 4 Breaking the Silence: In the reality of occupation, there are no Palestinian civilians – only potential terrorists
- 5 We never knew Nigella Lawson - and we still don’t