Honours: Order of the British Empire, Civil - DBE & CBE

Order of the British Empire

Dame Commander (DBE)



Dr Barbara Ann Hakin, OBE. Chief executive, NHS East Midlands Strategic Health Authority. For services to healthcare. (West Yorkshire)



Professor Linda Partridge, CBE. Weldon Professor of Biometry and director, Institute of Healthy Ageing, University College London. For services to science. (London, WC1E)



Ms Gail Ruth Rebuck, CBE. Chair and chief executive, The Random House Group UK. For services to the publishing industry. (London, SW1V)



Dr Philippa Margaret Russell, CBE. For services to disabled children, young people and family carers. (London, N6)



Professor Joan Kathleen Stringer, CBE. Principal and vice-Chancellor, Edinburgh Napier University. For services to local and national higher education. (Edinburgh)



Miss Mitsuko Uchida, CBE. Pianist. For services to classical music. (London, SE5)



Commander (CBE)



Dr Anas Al-Shaikh Ali. Academic adviser, London office, International Institute of Islamic Thought. For services to community relations. (Richmond, Surrey)



Mrs Sarah Andrews. Director of Nursing, Eastern Coastal Kent Primary Care Trust. For services to healthcare. (Canterbury, Kent)



Professor Andrew Ashworth. Chairman, Sentencing Advisory Panel. For services to the administration of justice. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)



Narendra Bajaria. For services to urban and rural planning and to the Peak District National Park. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)



Jeffrey Tatham-Banks. For services to the fashion industry and to charity. (Oxfordshire)



Dr Nicholas Martin Limer Barnes. For services to civil engineering. (Kirtlington, Oxfordshire)



Professor Carol Elaine Baxter. Head of equality and diversity, NHS Employers. For services to equal opportunities. (Salford, Greater Manchester)



Michael John Bell. Formerly group director of Safety Regulation, Civil Aviation Authority. For services to the aviation industry. (Littlehampton, West Sussex)



Ms Cicely Frances Berry, OBE. Voice director, Royal Shakespeare Company. For services to drama. (Warwick, Warwickshire)



Dr Penelope Jane Bevan. Director of emergency preparedness division, Department of Health. (London)



David Blanchflower. For services to economics and to the Monetary Policy Committee, Bank of England. (Hanover, USA)



Michael Thomas Brace, OBE. Formerly chairman, Paralympics GB. For services to disabled sport. (Hornchurch, Essex)



Dr The Rev Stuart John Burgess. Chairman, Commission for Rural Communities. For public and voluntary service. (Birmingham, West Midlands)



Professor Yvonne Helen Carter, OBE. Pro-Vice-Chancellor for regional engagement, University of Warwick. For services to medical education. (Coventry, Warwickshire)



Christopher John Adrian Chivers. Formerly chief inspector of criminal justice. For services to the administration of justice in Northern Ireland. (Down)



Roy Clark, QPM. Director, Criminal Investigations, HM Revenue and Customs. (Enfield, Middlesex)



Christopher Michael Clarke. Director, National Gallery of Scotland. For services to the visual arts. (Edinburgh)



Dr Stephen Cleobury. Director of Music, King's College, University of Cambridge. For services to music. (Hertfordshire)



Nicholas David Coleridge. Managing director, Conde Nast UK. For services to the magazine publishing industry. (London, W1S)



John Francis Collins. Formerly Deliverer of the Vote, House of Commons. (Royston, Hertfordshire)



Professor Paul David Corrigan. Formerly director of strategy and commissioning, NHS London Strategic Health Authority. For services to healthcare. (London, SE1)



Professor Anne Dell. Professor of Carbohydrate Biochemistry, Imperial College London. For services to science. (London, SW7)



James Robert Drummond. Director for South Asia, Department for International Development. (Guildford, Surrey)



Ms Lindsay Vere Duncan. Actor. For services to Drama. (London, NW5)



Professor Steven Edwards. Formerly chief executive, Veterinary Laboratories Agency, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. (Hereford, Herefordshire)



James French. Chairman and chief executive Officer, Flybe. For services to the airline industry. (Chumleigh, Devon)



Mrs Margaret Galliers. Principal, Leicester College. For services to local and national further education. (Coventry, West Midlands)



Stephen John Geraghty. Commissioner, Child Maintenance Enforcement Commission, Department for Work and Pensions. (Keighley, West Yorkshire)



Professor Lynn Faith Gladden, OBE. Shell Professor of Chemical Engineering and head, Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge. For services to chemical engineering. (Cambridge, Cambridgeshire)



Dr William James Gunnyeon. Director, Health, Work and Wellbeing and chief medical adviser, Department for Work and Pensions. (Ellon, Aberdeenshire)



Peter Hawthorne. Head of 14-19 Development, Wolverhampton City Council. For services to education and to local government. (Dudley, West Midlands)



Alastair Hignell. Formerly rugby commentator. For services to sport and to charity. (Stroud, Gloucestershire)



Ms Susan Katrina Hodgkiss. Chairman, William Hare Ltd. For services to industry and to the community in the North West. (Thorner, West Yorkshire)



William Frederick Hughes, QPM. For services to law enforcement. (London)



Dr Judith Ann Hulf. Consultant Anaesthetist, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and president, Royal College of Anaesthetists. For services to medicine. (London, SE21)



Mrs June Jacobs. For services to human rights and to inter-faith relations. (London, NW5)



Dean James. Chief Operating Officer, Corporate IT, Department for Work and Pensions. For public and voluntary service. (London, NW1)



John Henry Kellas. Formerly chairman, International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board. For services to the accountancy profession. (South Croydon, Surrey)



Mrs Rosemary Margaret Kennedy, TD. Chief Nursing Officer for Wales, Welsh Assembly Government. For public and voluntary service. (Caldicot, Monmouthshire)



Peter Arthur King. Formerly chief executive, British Cycling Federation. For services to Sport. (Dorking, Surrey)



Professor Christopher John Lamb, FRS. Director, John Innes Centre, Norwich. For services to plant science. (Norfolk)



Mrs Patricia Anne Langham. Headmistress, Wakefield Girls' High School and co-chairman, Independent and State Schools Partnership Forum. For services to local and national education. (Wakefield, West Yorkshire)



Alastair Lansley. Architect. For services to public transport architecture. (Richmond, Surrey)



Professor Quentin John Leiper. Group chief Engineer, Carillion plc and lately president, Institute of Civil Engineers. For services to the sustainability agenda. (Bridgnorth, Shropshire)



John Paul Martin. Chief Social Services Officer, Department of Health and Social Services, Northern Ireland Executive. For public and voluntary service.



Brian McAlinden. Headteacher, Castlemilk High School, Glasgow. For services to education. (Glasgow)



Ms Paula McDonald. Deputy director, Economic and Domestic Affairs Secretariat, Cabinet Office. (London, SE23)



Ms Judith McKnight, OBE. For services to trade unions and to equal opportunities. (London, SW11)



Dr The Very Rev Andrew Rankin Cowie McLellan. HM chief inspector of Prisons for Scotland. (Dunfermline, Fife)



Dr Elaine McMahon. Chief executive and principal, Hull Group of Colleges. For services to local and national further education. (Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire)



Mrs Isabella McNally. Principal, Fountain Primary School, Londonderry. For services to education in Northern Ireland. (Londonderry, Londonderry)



Councillor John Merry. Leader, Salford City Council. For services to local government. (Salford, Greater Manchester)



David Mlinaric. For services to interior design and to heritage. (Shepton Mallet, Somerset)



Shaukat Moledina. For services to social housing and to charity. (Barnsley, South Yorkshire)



Lindsay Stuart William Montgomery. Chief executive, Scottish Legal Aid Board. For services to the administration of justice. (Lauder, Berwickshire)



John O'Neill. Director of Social Security Policy and Legislation Division, Department for Social Development, Northern Ireland Executive. For public and voluntary service. (Belfast)



Keith Leonard Bedell-Pearce. Chairman, Directgov. For public service. (Surrey)



Stephen John Pollard. Director Commercial, Directorate General Saudi Armed Forces Projects, Ministry of Defence. (Tunbridge Wells, Kent)



Simon John Preston, OBE. Organist. For services to classical music. (Tunbridge Wells, Kent)



Dr Katharine Bridget Pretty. Principal, Homerton College, Cambridge and Pro-vice-Chancellor, University of Cambridge. For services to higher education. (Cambridgeshire)



Sir William Henry Proby, Bt, DL. Formerly chairman, National Trust. For services to conservation and to heritage. (Nr Peterborough, Cambridgeshire)



Jonathan Pryce. Actor. For services to drama. (London, NW1)



Miss Alice Loretto Quinn. Chairman, Health Promotion Agency Northern Ireland. For services to healthcare. (Belfast)



Dr June Munro Raine. Director, Vigilance and Risk Management of Medicines, Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency, Department of Health. (Hertfordshire)



Ms Joyce Redfearn. Chief executive, Wigan Borough Council. For services to local government. (Wigan, Greater Manchester)



Ms Elizabeth Rushton Redfern. Director, Patient Care and Nursing, South West Strategic Health Authority. For services to healthcare. (Somerset)



Philip Francis Robinson. Managing director, SELEX Communications Ltd. For services to the defence industry. (Chelmsford, Essex)



Guy Ryder. For services to international trade unionism. (Brussels, Belgium)



Mrs Patricia Samuel. Deputy director, Public Sector Partnerships, Office of the Third Sector, Cabinet Office. For public and voluntary service. (London, SW19)



Peter Saraga, OBE. Vice-president, Royal Academy of Engineering and lately president, Institute of Physics. For services to science and to engineering. (London, SE11)



Peter Sebastian. Senior Civil Servant, Ministry of Defence. (Kent)



Ian Shott. For services to the chemical engineering industry. (Newcaste-upon-Tyne, Tyne and Wear)



Dr Elizabeth Sidwell. Chief executive, Haberdashers' Aske's Federation, Lewisham, London. For services to local and national education. (London, E11)



Dr Malcolm Skingle. Director, Academic Liaison, Worldwide Business Development, GlaxoSmithKline. For services to the pharmaceutical industry. (Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire)



Ms Jane Slowey. Chief executive, Foyer Federation. For services to disadvantaged young people. (Birmingham, West Midlands)



Ms Delia Smith, OBE. Cookery Writer and Broadcaster. For services to the food industry. (Suffolk)



Dr James Matheson Smith. Chairman, Shell UK. For services to the oil and gas industries. (Surrey)



Michael Thomas Smyth. Partner, Clifford Chance. For services to pro bono legal work. (London, SW19)



Paul Snell. Formerly chief inspector of Social Services. For services to local government. (London, SW1P)



Miss Christine Joy Stewart. Formerly director, Criminal Law and Sentencing Policy, Ministry of Justice. (Surrey)



James Robert Stewart. Chairman, Warrenpoint Harbour Authority. For services to the ports industry in Northern Ireland. (Craigavon, Armagh)



Christopher Tailby. Director, Anti-Avoidance Group, HM Revenue and Customs. (London, SW1P)



Richard James Thomas. Information commissioner. For public service.



Professor Peter Toyne. For services to the community in Liverpool. (London, SW18)



David Turrell. Headteacher, Sir Bernard Lovell School, Bristol and chairman, Kingswood 14-19 Partnership. For services to local and national education. (Melksham, Wiltshire)



Rumi Verjee. For charitable services. (London, W11)



Graham Vick. Artistic director, Birmingham Opera Company. For services to opera. (Birmingham, West Midlands)



John Robert Walker. Formerly chief executive, English Partnerships. For services to regeneration. (Houghton le Spring, Tyne and Wear)



Ms Sandra Walker. Deputy director, Children's Services Division, Legal Advisers' Office, Department for Children, Schools and Families. (Norfolk)



James Wardrope. Consultant in Emergency Medicine, Northern General Hospital NHS Trust, Sheffield. For services to medicine. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)



Professor David Allan Warner. Vice-Chancellor, Swansea Metropolitan University. For services to local and national higher education. (Swansea)



Robert Warner. Formerly chief executive, Remploy. For services to disabled people. (East Sussex)



Professor David Clifford Stephen White. Formerly director, Institute of Food Research. For services to biological sciences. (Norwich, Norfolk)



Keith George White. Chief executive, Crown Agents. For services to international development. (Sutton, Surrey)



Mrs Pamela Whittle. Formerly director of public health, Scottish Executive. (West Linton, Roxburgh)



Peter Kenneth Wilkinson. Managing director of policy, research and studies, Audit Commission. For services to local government. (East Molesey, Surrey)



Ms Alwen Williams. Chief executive, Tower Hamlets Primary Care Trust. For services to healthcare. (London, E11)



Mrs Anne Elizabeth Williams. Formerly Strategic director, Health and Social Care, Salford Council. For services to local government. (Cheshire)



Dr Juliet Susan Durrant Williams. For services to the tourist and creative industries. (Newton Abbot, Devon)



Peter Robert Williams. Chief executive, Quality Assurance Agency and lately president, European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education. For services to quality assurance. (Malvern, Worcestershire)



Professor George Gray Youngson. Consultant Paediatric Surgeon, Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital and Honorary Professor of Paediatric Surgery, Aberdeen University. For services to medicine. (Aberdeen)



Professor Graham John Zellick. Formerly chairman, Criminal Cases Review Commission. For services to the administration of justice. (London, NW11)

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