Tuesday 25 July 1995
Mrs Christine Elizabeth Roberts, to be a full-time Immigration Adjudicator, also designated as a Special Adjudicator.
Mr Timothy Russell King, Mr Michael Findlay Baker QC, Mr Christopher Elwen, Brigadier Alaric Philip Norris and Mr Brian Ernest Frederick Catlin, to be circuit judges on the South-Eastern Circuit.
Mr Stephen Patrick Clarke, to be a circuit judge on the Wales and Chester Circuit.
Mr Peter Maurice Lakin, to be a circuit judge on the Northern Circuit.
Mr David Laurence McCarthy and Mr Michael John Heath, to be circuit judges on the Midland and Oxford Circuit.
Mr Andrew Rutherford, to be a circuit judge on the Western Circuit.
Mr Stephen Gerald Gold, to be a joint district judge on the South-Eastern Circuit.
Mrs Joanne Shaw, to be a district judge on the Northern Circuit.
Mr Philip Richard Giles, to be a district judge on the North-Eastern Circuit.
Mr Edward Nugee QC, to be Treasurer of the Inner Temple.
Lord Justice Slaughton, to be Reader of the Inner Temple.
Mr Justice Sajjad Ali Shah, to be an Honorary Bencher of Lincoln's Inn.
Ms Claire Makin, to be Chief Executive of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
The Earl of Snowdon, to be honorary president of Access for Disabled People to Arts Premises Today (Adapt).
Mrs Jean Mossman, to be chief executive of the British Association of Cancer United Patients (Bacup).
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