Honours List: Diplomatic Service and Overseas List

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KNIGHTS BACHELOR



Professor David Alan Chipperfield, CBE. Architect and CEO, David Chipperfield Architects. For services to architecture in the UK and Germany.



Richard Douglas Lapthorne, CBE. Chairman, Cable and Wireless plc. For services to telecommunications.



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DCMG



Dr Rosalind Mary Marsden, CMG. HM Ambassador, Sudan.



Mrs Anne Fyfe Pringle, CMG. HM Ambassador, Russia.



KCMG



Dr Fazle Hasan Abed. Founder and chairman, Building Resources Across Communities (BRAC). For services to tackling poverty and empowering the poor in Bangladesh and more globally.



CMG



Dr Silvia Suzen Giovanna Casale. Formerly Chairperson, UN Sub-Committee on the Prevention of Torture, Geneva. Formerly Member, European Committee for the Prevention of Torture, Strasbourg. For services to the prevention of torture, and prison reform.



Mrs Susan Le Jeune D'Allegeershecque. Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



The Rt Hon Terence Davis. Formerly secretary General, Council of Europe, Strasbourg. For services to institutional reform.



Charles Blandford Farr, OBE. Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



William Boyd McCleary, CVO. British High commissioner, Malaysia.



Edward Mortimer. Senior vice-president and chief Program Officer, The Salzburg Global Seminar, Austria. For services to international communications and journalism.



Hugh Powell. Formerly UK Senior Representative in Helmand, Afghanistan.



Michael Peter Wareing. International CEO, KPMG, and lately co-Chair, Basra Development Commission. For services to the economic reconstruction and redevelopment of Basra, and Iraq more generally.

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CBE



Larry Thomas Dennis. Formerly Auditor General of Bermuda. For services to good governance in Bermuda.



Rabbi David Shlomo Rosen. Honorary Adviser on Interfaith relations to the chief Rabbinate of Israel. For services to interfaith relations in the Middle East, and between the UK and Israel.



OBE



David Belgrove. Formerly head, Counter Narcotics Team, British Embassy, Afghanistan.



Thomas Yates Benyon. Founder and director, ZANE (Zimbabwe A National Emergency). For services to vulnerable people in Zimbabwe.



James Gordon Davidson Blakely. Director Youth (Education, Science and Society), British Council.



The Right Reverend Leroy Errol Brooks. For services to the community in Anguilla.



Ms Norma Po Yee Chan. Formerly chief, Security Council Secretariat, United Nations. For services to the United Nations in New York.



John Joseph Devine, LVO. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



Dr Roderic William Dutton. Adviser on the Middle East, International Office, Durham University. For services to higher education and research links between the UK and the Middle East, especially Jordan.



Simon John Gillham. President, Franco-British Chamber of Commerce. For services to Franco-British business interests in France.



Richard Wingfield Hyde, MBE. British Honorary Consul, Madagascar. For services to the British community in Madagascar.



Graham King. Film Producer. For services to the British film industry in the USA and UK.



Ms Beverley Elizabeth Lewis. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



Nicholas Roy Mason. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



Mrs Margaret Marian McPartland. Pianist and Radio Show Host, National Public Radio, USA. For services to jazz and to aspiring young musicians in the USA.



William Smith MacDonald Murray. Economic and Financial Attache, British Embassy, Spain.



Brian David Outlaw. Director, China-Britain Business Council. For services to British business interests in China.



Ian George Purves. Formerly Stabilisation Adviser, Civil Military Mission in Helmand. For services to security and stabilisation in Afghanistan.



Michael Charles Ramscar. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



Mrs Olga May Scott. For services to the health, education and development of Bermuda's youth.



Stephen Rowland Thomas. Founder and former chairman of OPAL, Oman. For services to British business interests and to the community in Oman.



Paul Williams. Offsets Adviser, UK Trade and Investment, South Africa. For services to British business interests.



MBE



Christopher Barr. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



Paul William Bellamy. Formerly Entrance Clearance manager, British Embassy, Iran.



Steve Chandler. Formerly Third secretary, Counter-Narcotics, UK Provincial Reconstruction Team, Lashkar Gah.



Ms Jeanette Anne Coogan. Manager, British Council English Training Centre, Al Azhar University in Cairo. For services to UK-Egypt intercultural relations.



Ms Rossalyn Demelza Crotty. Vice-Consul/Deputy head, British Consulate, Malaga, Spain.



Dr Margaret Cumberland. Co-ordinator, Community Health. For services to community health care in Mozambique.



Ms Elyse Anne Dodgson. Head, International Department, Royal Court Theatre, London. For services to international theatre, and to young writers overseas.



Dr Alexander Charles Weeks Duncan. Health worker. For services to primary health care in north Afghanistan.



Mrs Eleanor Frances Duncan. Health worker. For services to primary health care in north Afghanistan.



Michael Feeny. Founder, County Mayo Peace Park. For services to UK-Ireland relations.



Mrs Judith Anne Ferris. Formerly president, Age Concern, Costa Blanca. For services to the British elderly community in Alicante, Spain.



Ms Wendi Nixon Fiedler. Founder and manager, Panatel Production Company. For services to heritage conservation in Bermuda.



Norman Keith Goodall. For charitable activities and services to the community in Tenerife, Spain.



Nicholas John Hancocks. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



Peter Anthony Hibbard. President, Royal Asiatic Society. For services to heritage conservation in Shanghai, China.



Garry Horlacher. Security Co-ordinator and Adviser to the Government of Sierra Leone. For services to international policing, and promoting democracy in Sierra Leone.



Victor Malvern Jackopson. Founder and head, Hope Now. For charitable activities, and services to orphans and other young people in Cherkassy, Ukraine.



Ms Renee Jacqueline Jordan. Head of Registry, British Embassy Office, Basra.



Mrs Mairwen Karydis. British Consular Correspondent, Lesvos. For services to consular work in Greece.



Nigel Jeffery Randle Kay. Founder and head, Homes in Zimbabwe. For services to the elderly in Zimbabwe.



Christopher Kealey. Formerly First secretary Political, British Embassy, Afghanistan.



Paul David Lawrence. Formerly British vice Consul, Thailand.



Mrs Cynthia Albrecht-Lelliott. Honorary vice president, British Ladies Club. For services to the British community in Luxembourg and UK-Luxembourg relations.



Dr Raymond George MacKay. Educational consultant. For services to English teaching, especially in West Bengal, India.



Bryan Andrew Morgan. Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



Mrs Hazel Jane Nelder. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



Anthony John Nott. UK Policing Adviser, Office of the United States Co-ordinator, Palestine. For services to international policing, more recently in Iraq and Palestine.



Stephen Peter John Schembri. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



Mrs Joanna Wright-Serra. Founding member, JUCONI (Juntos con los Ninos - Together with Children). For services to street children and other charitable activities in Mexico.



Keith Nigel Shonfeld. Cemetery Administrator, British Cemetery Committee. For services to the British community in Cyprus.



Dr Malcolm Swann. Medical director, Beit Cure International Hospital, Lusaka. For medical services in Zambia.



Peter Dyce Tear. Executive Producer, 59E59 Theatres in New York. For services to UK/USA cultural relations.



David Richard Vaughan Thomas. Chairman, British-Polish Chamber of Commerce. For services to British business interests and charitable activities in Poland.



Mrs Iwona Thomas. Founder and manager, The British School, Warsaw. For services to education.



Ms Sally Thompson. Deputy Executive director, Thailand-Burma Border Consortium. For services to Burmese refugees in Thailand.



Mrs Kedell Melody Worboys. St. Helena Government Representative in the UK. For services to St. Helena.

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