Friday 28 April 1995
Mr Stephen Boys Smith, to be a Deputy Secretary at the Home Office, as Head of the Home Office Police Department.
Mr Timothy Walker, to be a Deputy Secretary at the Home Office, as Head of the Home Office Immigration and Nationality Department.
Sir John Kerr, to be ambassador to the United States of America.
Mr David Miller, to be Ambassador (resident) to the Republic of Armenia.
Mr Roger Westbrook, to be ambassador to the Portuguese Republic.
Mr J.W. Owen, to be Governor of the Cayman Islands.
Mr J.S. Wall, to be UK Permanent Representative to the European Union, with the personal rank of ambassador.
Sir Konrad Schiemann, to be a Lord Justice of Appeal.
Mr Justice Waller, to be Judge in Charge of the Commercial List.
Mr Justice Kay, to be a Presiding Judge of the Wales and Chester Circuit.
Mrs Justice Smith, to be a Presiding Judge of the North Eastern Circuit.
Mr Justice Forbes, to be a Presiding Judge of the Northern Circuit.
Mr Michael Edward Curzon Lewis, to be a full-time Immigration Adjudicator, designated a special adjudicator.
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