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

 

GBE

* The Rt Hon Helene Valerie Hayman. Baroness. For services to the House of Lords. (London, SW1A)

DBE

* Professor Glynis Marie Breakwell, DL. Vice-Chancellor, University of Bath. For services to Higher Education. (Bath, Somerset)

* Mrs Moira Margaret Gibb, CBE. Formerly chief executive, London Borough of Camden and Chair, Social Work Reform Board. For services to Local Government and Social Work. (London, SW15)

* Professor Judith Eileen Hill, CBE. Chief executive, Northern Ireland Hospice. For services to People receiving Palliative Care in Northern Ireland. (Holywood, Down)

* Mrs Penelope Margaret Lively, CBE. Author. For services to Literature. (London, N1)

* Miss Julie Moore. Chief executive, University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Healthcare. (Birmingham, West Midlands)

* Miss Sylvia Ann Morris. Headteacher, The Cathedral School of St. Saviour and St. Mary Overy, Southwark, London. For services to Education. (London, CR4)

* The Rt Hon Joan Mary Ruddock. For public and political services. (London, SE3)

CBE

* Dr Dannie Abse. Poet and Playwright. For services to Poetry and Literature. (London, NW11)

* Professor Mel Ainscow. Professor of Education, University of Manchester. For services to Education. (Greater Manchester)

* Robert Assirati. Formerly director, Major Projects Authority, Cabinet Office. (Tonbridge, Kent)

* Professor Madeleine Julia Atkins. Vice-Chancellor, Coventry University. For services to Higher Education. (Kenilworth, Warwickshire)

* Professor Karin Barber. Professor of African Cultural Anthropology, University of Birmingham. For services to African Studies. (Birmingham, West Midlands)

* Mrs Catherine Elizabeth Bell. Deputy secretary, Department for Employment and Learning, Northern Ireland Executive. (Bangor, Down)

* Professor Dinesh Kumar Makhan Lai Bhugra. Formerly president, Royal College of Psychiatrists, London. For services to Psychiatry. (London, SW2)

* Robert William Black. Formerly Auditor General for Scotland. (Callander, Stirling and Falkirk)

* Andrew William Brown. Formerly director-General of the Advertising Association. For services to the Advertising Industry. (Launceston, Cornwall)

* Keith Graham Budgen. Formerly Regional director, South East Region, HM Courts and Tribunals Service, Ministry of Justice. (Oxfordshire)

* Professor Alan Bundy. Professor of Automated Reasoning, University of Edinburgh. For services to Computing Science. (Edinburgh)

* Dr Andrew Burnett. Deputy director, British Museum. For services to the British Museum and Numismatics. (London, W2)

* Anthony Charles Burton. Chair of the Board of the Royal Court Theatre. For services to Theatre. (London, TW10)

* Kenneth Caley, TD. Chief Crown Prosecutor, Eastern Region, Crown Prosecution Service. (Stratford on Avon, Warwickshire)

* The Rt Hon Alexander Charles Lord Carlile Of Berriew, QC. Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation, United Kingdom. For services to National Security. (London, N1)

* Ms Helena Bonham Carter. Actor. For services to Drama. (London, NW3)

* Professor Hilary Anne Chapman. Chief Nurse and chief Operating Officer, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, South Yorkshire. For services to Nursing. (Barnsley, South Yorkshire)

* Charles Giles Clarke. Chair of the England and Wales Cricket Board. For services to Cricket. (Wrington, Somerset)

* Ms Denise Coates. Founder and chief executive bet365. For services to the community and Business. (Betchon, Cheshire)

* Ronald Balfour Corbett, OBE. Entertainer. For services to Entertainment and to Charity. (London, CR0)

* Professor Jack Crane. State Pathologist, Northern Ireland State Pathologist's Department. For services to Forensic Pathology. (Belfast)

* Professor Naim Eliahou Dangoor, OBE. Philanthropist. For charitable services. (London, SW7)

* Edwin Davies, OBE. Philanthropist. For charitable services. (Isle of Man)

* Ms Marion Clare Davis. Director, Children, Young People and Families Directorate, Warwickshire County Council. For services to Children and Young People. (Southam, Warwickshire)

* Mrs Fiona Dawe, OBE. Formerly chief executive Officer, YouthNet. For services to Volunteering. (London, BR1)

* Dr Neslyn Eugenie Watson-Druee, MBE. Chair, NHS Kingston. For services to Healthcare. (London, KT1)

* Mrs Rona Fairhead. Chairman and chief executive Officer, Financial Times Group. For services to UK Industry. (London, W11)

* Professor Peter Michael Fidler, MBE. Vice-Chancellor, University of Sunderland. For services to Higher Education. (Stanhope, Durham)

* David Jonathan Flint. Chief executive, Oxford Instruments. For services to Business and Science. (Abingdon, Oxfordshire)

* Professor Clare Juliet Fowler. Consultant Uro-Neurologist, University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. For services to Uro-Neurology. (London, SW1P)

* Dr Gillian Greer. O.N.Z.M., director general, International Planned Parenthood Federation. For services to International Health and Women's Rights. (New Zealand)

* Ms Jean Elizabeth Ogilvie Gross. England's Communication Champion for Children. For services to Education. (London, SE13)

* David John Hall. Chairman, Financial Services Compensation Scheme. For services to the Financial Services Industry. (London, W11)

* Dr Ronald Shade Hamilton. Chair, Daysoft Ltd. For services to the Contact Lens Industry. (Uddingston, Lanarkshire)

* Stephen John Hammersley. Chief executive, Community Foundation Network. For services to Philanthropy. (Harpenden, Hertfordshire)

* Lady Fiona Hodgson Of Astley Abbotts. For services to Gender Equality. (London)

* James Essex Holloway. Director, The Scottish National Portrait Gallery. For services to the Arts. (Edinburgh)

* Charles William Holroyd, DL. Philanthropist. For services to Young People and to the community in the North West. (Northwich, Cheshire)

* Meredydd John Hughes, QPM. Formerly chief Constable, South Yorkshire Police. For services to the Police. (Nottingham, Nottinghamshire)

* Ms Jennifer Hutton. Deputy director, Cabinet Office. (Basingstoke, Hampshire)

* Dr Bryan Samuel Jackson, OBE. For services to Manufacturing, the East Midlands Region and the East Midlands Regional Development Agency. (Findern, Derbyshire)

* Clive Vivian Leopold James. Author, Poet and Broadcaster. For services to Literature and the Media. (London, SE1)

* Mark Vincent James. Chief executive, Carmarthenshire County Council. For services to Local Government in Wales. (Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire)

* Jonathan Jones. Director, Tourism and Marketing, Welsh Government. (Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan)

* Richard Jones. Director, Adult Social Care, Lancashire County Council. For services to Adult Social Care. (Wilmslow, Cheshire)

* Stephen Lillywhite. Music Producer. For services to Music. (London, W2)

* James Lupton. Formerly chairman of Board of Trustees, Dulwich Picture Gallery. For services to the Arts and Philanthropy. (Alresford, Hampshire)

* James Gordon MacKinnon. Director and chief Planner, Directorate for the Built Environment, Scottish Executive. (Haddington, East Lothian)

* Dr Tahir Ahmed Mahmood. For services to Women's Health. (Kirkcaldy, Fife)

* Trevor Mann. Senior vice president for Manufacturing, Nissan Europe. For services to Business in North East England. (Washington, Tyne and Wear)

* Professor James Mansell. Emeritus Professor of Learning Disability. For services to People with Intellectual Disabilities. (Canterbury, Kent)

* Nigel Ernest James Mansell, OBE. President, UK Youth. For services to Children and Young People. (Jersey, Channel Islands)

* Andrew Marles, QFSM. Formerly chief Fire Officer, South Wales Fire and Rescue Service. For services to the Fire and Rescue Service. (Caldicot, Monmouthshire)

* Professor Ursula Hilda Mary Martin. Professor of Computer Science and lately vice-Principal (Science and Engineering), Queen Mary, University of London. For services to Computer Science. (Fife)

* John Renwick McAslan. Executive Chair and Founder, John McAslan & Partners. For services to Architecture. (London, NW1)

* Professor Seamus McDaid. Principal and vice-Chancellor, University of the West of Scotland. For services to Higher Education. (Paisley, Renfrewshire)

* Mrs Martina Milburn. Chief executive, The Prince's Trust. For services to Charity. (Fleet, Hampshire)

* Mrs Helena Louise Morrissey. Chief executive Officer, Newton Investment Management Ltd and Founder of 30% Club. For services to UK Business. (London, W2)

* Dr Robert Frederick Mulder. For services to Philanthropy. (London, NW3)

* Professor Eileen Munro. Professor of Social Policy, London School of Economics. For services to Children and Families. (London, TW1)

* The Venerable William Noblett. Chaplain General of Prisons, HM Prison Service, Ministry of Justice. (York, North Yorkshire)

* Professor Judith Irene Petts. Formerly Member of the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution. For services to Scientific Research. (Stockbridge, Hampshire)

* Professor David Phillips, OBE. President, Royal Society of Chemistry and Professor of Chemistry, Imperial College London. For services to Chemistry. (Surrey)

* Dr Paul Zollinger-Read. Formerly chief executive, NHS Cambridgeshire. For services to the NHS. (Essex)

* Professor Keith Ridgway, OBE. Research director, Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre. For services to Manufacturing Research. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)

* Professor Trevor William Robbins, FRS. Director, Behavioural and Clinical Neuroscience Institute, Cambridge. For services to Medical Research. (Cambridge, Cambridgeshire)

* Gerald Maurice Ronson. Philanthropist. For charitable services. (London, N2)

* Mrs Elizabeth Rushton. Formerly Principal and chief executive, West Herts College. For services to Further Education. (East Grinstead, West Sussex)

* Dr Andrew Sentance. Economist. For services to the Economy. (Essex)

* Howard John Shiplee. Director of Construction, Olympic Delivery Authority. For services to Construction. (Echingham, East Sussex)

* Gordon Smith. Acting director, Debt Management and Banking, London, HM Revenue and Customs. (Guildford, Surrey)

* Paul Adrian Smith. Founder and Chair, Celador Entertainment. For services to the Media Industry. (Guildford, Surrey)

* Mrs Ruby McGregor-Smith. Chief executive Officer, MITIE Group plc. For services to Business and Diversity in Business. (Berkshire)

* Professor Sarah Marcella Springman, OBE. For services to Triathlon. (Loughborough, Leicestershire)

* Professor James George Steele. Dean, Newcastle Dental School. For services to Dentistry and Oral Health. (Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear)

* Ian Stoutzker, OBE. Philanthropist. For services to Music. (London, SW1X)

* Professor Philip Sutton. Formerly director, Science and Technology Strategy, Ministry of Defence. (Fareham, Hampshire)

* John Raymond Syvret. Chief executive Officer, Cammell Laird Shiprepairers and Shipbuilders Ltd. For services to the UK Maritime Sector. (South Wirral, Cheshire)

* Professor Lionel Tarassenko. Chair of Electrical Engineering, University of Oxford. For services to Engineering. (Oxfordshire)

* Peter Thomas. For services to Entrepreneurship, Sport and Charity in Wales. (Cardiff)

* Miss Eileen Thornton. Chair, Education and Training Committee, Health Professions Council. For services to Healthcare Education and Training. (Liverpool, Merseyside)

* Vanni Emanuele Treves. Chair, National College for School Leadership. For services to Education. (London, N1)

* Dr Andrew Oliver Tyler. Formerly chief Operating Officer, Defence Equipment and Support, Ministry of Defence. (Wiltshire)

* Dr Eileen Vizard. Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist. For services to Children and Young People. (London, N19)

* Professor John Wallwork, DL. Professor of Cardiothoracic Surgery and director of Transplantation, Papworth Hospital, Cambridge. For services to Healthcare. (Cambridgeshire)

* James Garwood Michael Wates. Deputy chairman, Wates and chairman, CITB Construction Skills. For services to Construction and the Charitable Sector. (Godalming, Surrey)

* Michael Charles Wells. Director, Risk and Intelligence Service, London, HM Revenue and Customs. (London, BR4)

* Malcolm Wharton. Principal, Hartpury College, Gloucestershire. For services to Further Education. (Axminster, Devon)

* Professor Joan White. Formerly director of the Academy and Dean of the Faculty of Education, Royal Academy of Dance. For services to Dance. (Ripley, Surrey)

* Malcolm Whitehouse. Formerly Deputy chief Information Officer and Group Applications director, Department for Work and Pensions. (Chester, Cheshire)

* The Reverend Canon Guy Alexander Wilkinson. Formerly Archbishop's secretary for Inter-Religious Affairs and National Inter-Religious Affairs Adviser. For services to Inter-Faith Relations. (London, SW6)

* Peter Anthony Winslow. Chief executive Officer, BGL Group Limited. For services to Financial Services. (Northamptonshire)

* Mrs Julia Doris Wood. Formerly Deputy director of Pensions, Cabinet Office. (Alton, Hampshire)

* Thomas Worsley. Formerly Senior Economic Adviser, Department for Transport. (London, N1)

New Year Honours List 2012:
* Knights Bachelor
* Order of the Bath
* Royal Victorian Order, Royal Victorian Medal, and Colonial Police and Fire Service Medal
* Order of the British Empire, Civil - GBE, DBE, CBE
* Order of the British Empire, Civil - OBE
* Order of the British Empire, Civil - MBE
* Diplomatic Services and Overseas List
* Commonwealth
* Military Division
* Sundries

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