Honours: Diplomatic Service and Overseas List

KNIGHTS BACHELOR



Professor Ian Brownlie, CBE, QC. Emeritus Professor of International Law, Oxford University and former member and chairman of the UN International Law Commission. For services to public intern ational law.



Henry Neville Lindley Keswick. Chairman, Jardine Matheson. For services to British business interests overseas and charitable activities in the UK.



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Dame Commander (DCMG)



Mrs Denise Mary Holt, CMG. HM Ambassador, British Embassy, Spain.



Knight Commander (KCMG)



Stewart Graham Eldon, CMG, OBE. UK permanent representative, UK delegation to the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, Brussels.



CMG



Nicholas Bernard Frank Fishwick. Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



Simon James Fraser. Director general, Europe and Globalisation, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



Miss Sarah Gillett, MVO. Director, Protocol, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



Simon Manley. Director, Defence and Strategic Threats, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



Christopher Norman Russell Prentice. HM Ambassador, British Embassy, Iraq.



Ms Geraldine Mary Nicole Reffo. Formerly assistant director, Human Resources Directorate, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



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Commander) CBE



Stephen Burrows. Principal of Arup. For services to civil engineering overseas.



The Honourable Alfred Thomas Oughton, MBE. Formerly president of the Senate, Bermuda.



Professor Elmer Gethin Rees. Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



Vidal Sassoon. For services to the British hairdressing industry.



Officer (OBE)



Robert Manus O'Donel Alexander. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



Trevor Andrews. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



Mrs Judith Elise Hall-Bean. Assistant Cabinet secretary, Cabinet Office. For public service, Bermuda.



David Vincent Wilkin Chew. Cellist, Music Teacher and Founding director of the Rio International Cello Festival. For services to music in Brazil.



James George Clover. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



Alan Cumming. Actor, Producer and Presenter. For services to film, theatre and the arts and to activism for equal rights for the gay and lesbian community, USA.



Keith Robert Davies. Formerly director, British Council, Vietnam.



Robert James Harrison. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



Dr Christopher Michael Haynes. Formerly managing director, Nigeria LNG. For services to the British oil and gas industry in Nigeria.



Ms Isabel Nancy Hilton. Founder and Editor, China Dialogue. For services to promoting environmental awareness in China.



Ms Amanda Jane Ivemy. UK Border Agency International Group Regional manager, Russian Federation and Commonwealth of Independent States.



Benedict Hugh Kevin Llewellyn-Jones. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



Dominic MacSorley. Operations director, Concern Worldwide, USA. For services to international humanitarian aid.



Dr Alan Milner. Editor and Publisher of law reports. For services to good governance in Africa, the Overseas Territories and Crown Dependencies.



Ms Edna Marie Moyle. Formerly Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, Cayman Islands.



Paul Nicholls. President and Founder, Team Continuum Inc. For services to cancer patients and their families in the USA and the UK.



Martin Elliott Rack. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



Dr Deanna Ruth Tak Yung Rudgard. Philanthropist. For services to promoting links between universities in Hong Kong and the UK.



James Scarth. Director, British Council, Saudi Arabia.



Mrs Rosemary Thomas. Formerly First secretary, Counter Narcotics Team, British Embassy, Afghanistan.



Ian Turner. Formerly Senior Prisons Adviser, British Embassy, Afghanistan.



Professor Michael Walker. Research and Development director, Vodafone. For services to the telecommunications industry.



Member (MBE)



John Philip Aspinall. President, Virgin Islands Search and Rescue. For services to the community, British Virgin Islands.



Jonathan David Barker. Senior consultant, Literature Department, British Council.



Mesod Belilo. President, Justice of the Peace. For services to justice and to the community, Gibraltar.



Mrs Fiona Mary Florence Bishop. Treasurer, The Royal British Legion. For services to British ex-servicemen and women, Hong Kong.



Antony Brown. Formerly Pro-Consul, British High Commission, South Africa.



The Hon Dorothy Neletha Isobel Butterfield, JP, MP. Founding Owner and director, Children and Adults Reaching for Education (CARE). For services to education, Bermuda.



Ms Jacqueline Lesley Connor. Joint Co-founder and former Chair, Foreign and Commonwealth Office Lesbian and Gay Group.



The Rev Peter James Crooks. For services to seafarers and the community, Yemen.



Graeme John Croxson. Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



Gerardo Del Guercio. Current IT Systems Workstream manager, UK Border Agency International Group. For services to the creation and implementation of major IT systems.



Mrs Susan Peta Donegan. Formerly Third secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to consular assistance.



Jonathan Iqbal Drew. Joint Co-founder and former Chair, Foreign and Commonwealth Office Lesbian and Gay Group.



Alistair James Fortune. Military English Support Project manager, British Council, Bosnia and Herzegovina.



Mrs Joanna Elizabeth Genter. Third secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



Ms Joy Katharine Ivy Goodricke. For services to charitable activities in Spain.



Mrs Dorothy Heleen Hobbs. Vice Consul Nationality, British High Commission, South Africa.



Richard Eric Blake-James. Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



Laurence Edward Jemetta. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



George Fender Jones. For services to the British war dead at the Durnbach Commonwealth War Grave, Munich.



Cecil William Lake. For services to culture, sports and the community, Montserrat.



Alastair Stronach MacDonald. For services to the resolution of boundary disputes in Africa and to cartography more generally.



Robin Andrew Marshall. Journalist. Formerly managing Editor, Budapest Sun. For services to British/Hungarian relations.



Francis McGurk. Formerly Deputy director, European School of Brussels. For services to education in Belgium.



Mrs Emily Adamberry Olivero. For services to the community in the field of mental health, Gibraltar.



Miss Emma Elizabeth Ross. Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



Dr Geoffrey Denis Summers. Lecturer, Middle East Technical University, Ankara. For services to British archaeological research in Turkey.



James Brian Thompson. Manager, Trade and Investment, British Consulate-General, Australia.



David Lawson Waters. For services to underprivileged young people and to cricket in Kenya.



Ms Coral Rose Yon. Lieutenant, Salvation Army. For services to the community, St Helena.

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