Queen’s Birthday Honours list 2020 in full – from Marcus Rashford to 414 Covid heroes

Marcus Rashford today leads a roll call of heroes honoured for their part in the

Marcus Rashford today leads a roll call of heroes honoured for their part in the UK’s response to coronavirus.

The footballer stands with 414 “unsung heroes” who helped the Covid-19 fight in a specially-expanded Queen’s Birthday Honours.

Others made ‘Covid’ MBEs include “The Body Coach” Joe Wicks, 34, whose daily PE classes streamed on YouTube kept children fit during lockdown, and “Mr Motivator” Derrick Evans, 67, who encouraged stay-at-home Britons to exercise.

Rashford – who shamed Boris Johnson into providing free school meals over the summer – said: “As a young black man from Wythenshawe, never did I think I would be accepting an MBE, never mind an MBE at the age of 22. 

“The fight to protect our most vulnerable children is far from over.”

In the regular Honours list, TV cake queen Mary Berry and BT advert star Maureen Lipman become Dames while Poirot actor David Suchet is knighted in the honours.

There are CBEs for Professor Brian Cox, veteran morning television presenter Lorraine Kelly, Life actor Adrian Lester and singer-songwriter Joan Armatrading. And Dizzee Rascal is made an MBE after bringing grime into the mainstream.

In a string of corporate honours, billionaire brothers Zuber and Mohsin Issa have been made CBEs a week after snapping up supermarket giant Asda in a £6.8 billion deal.

In sport, rugby star Gareth Thomas has a CBE. Former England fast bowler Darren Gough, who won Strictly Come Dancing in 2005, becomes an MBE, and Happy Valley scriptwriter Sally Wainwright receives an OBE.

Interior designer Kelly Hoppen, who starred in Dragons’ Den becomes an MBE. Fashion designer Sir Paul Smith becomes a Companion of Honour. Great North Run pioneer Brendan Foster becomes a Sir as does soap opera writer Phil Redmond, who created Brookside.

But the ordinary men and women across the land who kept the country running in this generation’s darkest hour are also honoured by the monarch.

The Queen authorised the delay of her traditional Birthday Honours from June so people who mobilised could be recognised.

PM Boris Johnson said: “This year’s honours recipients are a testament to the sort of country we are – caring, compassionate and resolute in the face of a global pandemic.

“The hard work and dedication of these local, often unsung heroes has helped carry us through. I congratulate them all.”

Below are some of the most famous names and a selection of unsung Covid heroes recognised this year – as well as a few of the usual political loyalists, including a super-rich Tory donor property developer.

Then keep scrolling down to see a full list of all 1,495 names.

Famous names

Mary Berry

Arise, Dame Mary Berry

Mary Berry said she is “overwhelmed to receive the very great honour” of being made a Dame.

The former Great British Bake Off judge has earned the status of national treasure over a six-decade career.

She said: “I am absolutely overwhelmed to receive this very great honour. For most of my life I have been lucky enough to follow my passion to teach cookery through books and the media.

“I just wish my parents and brothers were here to share my joy, as my only achievement at school was just one O-level in cookery.”

Marcus Rashford

Marcus Rashford said “my mum is the real deserving recipient of the honour”

The Manchester United and England star, 22, is awarded the MBE for services to vulnerable children during the crisis.

He shamed Boris Johnson into giving 1.3 million poor kids free school meals during the summer holidays.

He said the Prime Minister recommended him for the honour, adding: “This is a very special moment for myself and my family, but particularly my mum who is the real deserving recipient of the honour.” 

David Suchet

The Poirot actor becomes Sir Hercule

Best known for playing Hercule Poirot in the long-running Agatha Christie detective series, David Suchet’s acting career has spanned 50 years.

He has received a knighthood in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list for services to drama and charity after a distinguished history on stage and in television.

Maureen Lipman

Dame Maureen Lipman can enjoy her new honour

Maureen Lipman has enjoyed a varied career on stage and screen spanning more than 50 years.

The 74-year-old actress, who has been made a dame for services to charity, entertainment and the arts, has been a regular presence on TV since the 1960s.

Her lengthy CV includes everything from a comedy turn in a BT advert to a supporting role in an Oscar-winning drama.

Lorraine Kelly

Lorraine Kelly bags a CBE – one of the highest honours

The beloved 60-year-old TV presenter is among those being made a CBE after a career spanning three decades.

She worked as a researcher and news reporter in the 1980s before helping launch GMTV in 1993.

Joe Wicks

Joe Wicks became a surprise star by keeping the nation fit during lockdown

Joe Wicks said being made an MBE is like nothing he could have imagined growing up and a “dream come true”.

The Body Coach started out as a fitness trainer when, sometimes, nobody would attend his bootcamps.

This year the 35-year-old claimed a Guinness World Record after one of his online fitness classes was watched by nearly a million people. His workouts raised £580,000 for the NHS.

Dizzee Rascal

Dizzee Rascal performs his debut album Boy In Da Corner Live

One of grime’s pioneers, Dizzee Rascal helped bring a little known genre of high-tempo rap music to the mainstream.

The rapper and producer, real name Dylan Mills, has been made an MBE for services to music.

He attended a number of different schools owing to his bad behaviour and got his nickname from a teacher.   

But with the success of his debut solo album, 2003’s Boy In Da Corner, he struck out on his own.

Joan Armatrading

Joan Armatrading has been releasing music since 1972

Singer-songwriter Joan Armatrading has received a CBE for services to music, charity and equal rights.

Armatrading, 69, was born on the Caribbean island of Saint Kitts but moved to Brookfields, then a district of Birmingham, aged seven.

A prolific recording artist, she has continued to release albums since her 1972 debut, Whatever’s For Us.

She is celebrated for her contralto voice and varied musical style, taking in folk, jazz, blues, soul and rock.

Gareth Thomas

Gareth Thomas blazed a trail for other LGBT sports stars

Former Welsh rugby star Gareth Thomas is made a CBE while cricketer Darren Gough is made an MBE.

The Wales and British Lions legend, nicknamed “Alfie”, has trailblazed for gay sports stars and spoken movingly of living with HIV.

Unsung coronavirus heroes

The NHS chief who lost her uncle

Felicia Kwaku, 52, fought back tears as she described her honour

Associate Director of Nursing at King’s College NHS Foundation Trust Felicia Kwaku, 52, fought back tears as she described her pride in receiving an OBE.

Londoner Felicia told how a relative and a close colleague died as the virus ripped through the nation, while she and brave comrades served on the frontline.

“I actually lost my uncle in the first week of April,” she said. “He was taken into ICU on a Friday and then he died on the Saturday, so that changes your perspective of working in the field.”

The ASDA driver who delivered on days off

ASDA delivery driver Geoff Norris used his own car on days off to make sure elderly and vulnerable customers got their shopping during lockdown.

But he denied being a “superhero” as he scooped a British Empire Medal, insisting: “It was a team effort.”
He said: “As Covid hit and just before it started to lock down, you noticed all the delivery slots were being booked, everything was taken, so we were delivering to regular customers and on the last week or so before they were saying, ‘We can’t get any slots’.

“I turned round and said, ‘Look, I’ll see what I can do, just keep your eye open’.”

The online pub quizmaster

Online pub quizmaster and former landlord Jay Flynn, who’s been made an MBE

Online pub quizmaster and former landlord Jay Flynn, who’s been made an MBE, posed trivia questions through Facebook and YouTube to “lift a few local people’s spirits”.

Hundreds of thousands of people are believed to have taken part and he has raised £750,000 for good causes, including NHS, homelessness and Alzheimer’s charities.

The car salesman, 38, from Darwen, Lancs, said: “It started as something for friends and family to do.

“By the time the first quiz came round on March 26 there were half a million people either interested or coming to the quiz. I was like a rabbit in the headlights.”

The council worker who saved the homeless

Ajitha Sajeev helped 191 people off the streets

A council worker who helped bring more than 200 homeless people into safe accommodation at the start of the lockdown receives a British Empire Medal.

Ajitha Sajeev, who has worked at Newham Council in East London for 30 years, helped 191 people off the streets and 40 people out of shared accommodation including night shelters to keep them safe from coronavirus.

“I was pushed to my full capacity both mentally and physically during the Covid-19 pandemic, but believed that I could make a difference,” said the 52-year-old.

“All staff who came out to help at that uncertain time are heroes in my eyes.”

The man who turned a pub into a hospital canteen

David Maguire’s team served “significantly over 100,000” meals

Restaurateur David Maguire becomes an MBE after switching his gastropub into a makeshift NHS canteen, providing free food to thousands of hospital staff.

His team served “significantly over 100,000” meals, including “a gigantic amount of pizzas, fish and chips and various pastas and curries”, during the pandemic.

“When the NHS and other frontline workers came to us it would still be in prime condition, and they could take it away and package it up,” said David, 62.

The train driver who volunteered in the NHS

Jolene, 42, worked as a paramedic for 13 years before switching careers

Train driver Jolene Miller volunteered to return to the NHS to help former colleagues when the pandemic struck.

Jolene, 42, worked as a paramedic for 13 years before switching careers, but kept her healthcare registration by working at events. 

Jolene, of Ingleby Barwick, Teesside, worked in triage at Darlington Memorial Hospital, assessing patients arriving for treatment.

“I was of the opinion that I can’t sit back and do nothing,” said Jolene, who scoops a British Empire Medal.

Political cronies and former MPs

Conservatove Party loyalists and super-rich figures from the business world are once again rewarded as honours are unveiled.

Long-standing Tory donor Tony Gallagher, a multi-millionaire property developer who hosted David Cameron’s 50th birthday party and who has pumped hundreds of thousands of pounds into the party both personally and through his companies, becomes a Sir.

He entertained the former Prime Minister at Sarsden House, a listed 17th-Century Oxfordshire mansion set in 459 acres which Sir Tony bought for £26million in 2006.

The entrepreneur is said to be part of the so-called “Chipping Norton set” centred around the pretty Cotswolds town in the former Tory leader’s old Oxfordshire constituency.

The two men reportedly came to know one another when Mr Cameron became the local MP and since 2007 Mr Gallagher has donated more than £300,000 to the Conservatives.

Earlier this year, Boris Johnson registered a gift from Mr Gallagher of a “sterling silver envelope” worth £780 following the birth of his son Wilfred. Downing Street said later that the present had been entered on the parliamentary register in error and was being removed as the PM had opted to return it.

The Tory former leader of Kent County Council, Paul Carter, is also knighted.

Ex-Conservative MP Anne Main, who lost her St Albans seat to the Liberal Democrats last year, is made a CBE.

There are knighthoods for two former Labour MPs, David Hanson and Nic Dakin, who were ousted at December’s elections.

How this year’s Honours were different

The Queen’s Birthday Honours are usually published in June to mark the monarch’s official birthday.

But, with Buckingham Palace’s approval, this summer’s announcement was delayed so Whitehall officials could recognise the extraordinary contributions from those who served on the coronavirus frontline in this most extraordinary of years – especially NHS and care workers.

A total of 1,495 people across the UK are honoured.

Healthcare and social care workers account for 14% of the accolades, with 41 nurses and midwives receiving gongs compared with 17 in the 20202 New Year Honours.

Some 414 unsung heroes who helped the country fight Covid-19 are rewarded.

Some 13% of recipients from an ethnic minority. A total of 740 women are recognised, representing 49%.

QUEEN’S BIRTHDAY HONOURS 2020 IN FULL

Special coronavirus awards

Covid OBEs

Covid MBEs

Covid British Empire Medal

Non-coronavirus awards

Knighthoods

Damehoods

Companion of Honour

  • Sir Paul Brierley SMITH CBE “Chairman, Paul Smith Limited. For services to Fashion (London, Greater London)”

Order of St Michael and St George

  • Graham WRIGLEY “Chair, CDC Group Plc. For services to International Development (Guildford, Surrey)”

Dame Commander of the Order of the Bath

  • Clare MORIARTY CB “Lately Permanent Secretary, Department for Exiting the European Union and Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. For public service (Petersfield, Hampshire)”

Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath

  • David Robert STERLING “Head, Northern Ireland Civil Service. For services to Government in Northern Ireland(Belfast, Belfast)”

Companion of the Order of the Bath

  • Samantha Mary Constance BECKETT OBE “Director General, EU Exit and Analysis, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. For public service (London, Greater London)”
  • Professor Saverio Peter BORRIELLO “Chief Executive, Veterinary Medicines Directorate. For services to Global Animal Health and Tackling Anti-Microbial Resistance(London, Greater London)”
  • Rowena COLLINS RICE “Director General, Attorney General’s Office. For public service (Didcot, Oxfordshire)”
  • Mike GREEN “Chief Operating Officer, Department for Education. For services to Education (Nottingham, Nottinghamshire)”
  • Amy Louise HOLMES OBE “Director, EU and International Trade, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. For public service (Hitchin, Hertfordshire)”
  • The Hon. Thomas Robert Benedict HURD OBE “Director General, Office for Security and Counter-Terrorism, Home Office. For services to National Security (London, Greater London)”
  • Julian KELLY “Lately Director General Nuclear, Ministry of Defence. For public service (London, Greater London)”
  • Sonia Clare PHIPPARD CBE “Lately Director General, Environment Rural and Marine, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. For public service (London, Greater London)”
  • Dr David John SNOWBALL “Lately Member, Management Board, Health and Safety Executive. For services to Occupational Health and Safety (Wakefield, West Yorkshire)”

CBE

OBE

MBE

British Empire Medal

Honorary MBE

  • Angela Marie TANZILLO-SWARTS – Forensic DNA Specialist, Health Services Authority, Cayman Islands. For services to the COVID 19 Response in the Cayman Islands

Honorary British Empire Medal

  • Pa Assan BADJAN – Emergency Services Porter, Royal London Hospital Emergency Department. For services to the NHS
  • Ashraf HAMIDO DESOUKI – Chair, A Better Tomorrow community group. For service to supporting refugees and asylum seekers in Halton Borough during the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Onyinye Aureola ENWEZOR –  Shared Governance Clinical Educator, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to the NHS
  • Bukola Muhydeen OLAMIJUWON – Welfare Secretary, Nasrul-Lahi-L-Faith Society (Nasfat) Millwall Branch. For services to Nasfat UK and Ireland during COVID-19

Diplomatic and overseas list

ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE

GCMG

Sir David ATTENBOROUGH OM CH CVO CBE, Broadcaster and Natural Historian. For services to television broadcasting and to conservation

Sir Tim BARROW KCMG LVO MBE, UK Ambassador to the European Union, Brussels, Belgium. For services to British foreign policy

Sir Julian KING KCVO CMG, lately European Commissioner for the Security Union, Brussels, Belgium. For services to security in Europe

K/DCMG

Sarah MacINTOSH CMG, UK Permanent Representative to NATO, Brussels, Belgium. For services to British foreign policy

CMG

Paul CHAKRAVATI, Deputy Director, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to national security

Anna CLUNES OBE, Director and Acting Director General, EU Exit, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy

Joanna CRELLIN, HM Trade Commissioner (Latin America & Caribbean) and Consul-General, Sao-Paulo, Brasil. For services to trade and investment

Miranda CURTIS, lately Chair, CAMFED International and Lead Non-Executive Director, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to gender equality globally

Nigel DAKIN, Director, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy

Andrew GILMOUR, Assistant Secretary General for Human Rights, United Nations, New York, United States of America. For services to human rights

Mark KENT, HM Ambassador, Buenos Aires, Argentina. For services to British foreign policy

Kara OWEN, British High Commissioner, Singapore. For services to British foreign policy

Danny PAYNE, Chief Executive Officer, FCDO Services. For services to the British diplomatic network overseas

Mark ROBSON, Director, English and Examinations, British Council. For services to UK cultural relations

Theo RYCROFT, Director, EU Exit, Europe Directorate, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy

Ivan SMYTH, Legal Counsellor, UK Mission to the European Union, Brussels, Belgium. For services to British foreign policy

Michael TATHAM, Deputy Head of Mission, Washington, United States of America. For services to British foreign policy

Peter TIBBER, lately HM Ambassador, Bogota, Colombia. For services to British foreign policy

Emily WALTER, Director General, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy

Dr Glenn WEBBY, Deputy Director, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to national security

KNIGHT BACHELOR

Andrew MACKENZIE, Chief Executive Officer, BHP Group, Melbourne, Australia. For services to business, science, technology and UK/Australia relations

Donald RUNNICLES OBE, General Music Director of Deutsche Oper Berlin. For services to music

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

CBE

Jeremy COX, Executive Chair, Bermuda Monetary Authority, Bermuda. For services to the economy of Bermuda

Michael (Ben) EMMERSON, International Lawyer. For services to international human rights and humanitarian law

Kelly HOPPEN MBE, Interior Designer and Entrepreneur. For services to the GREAT campaign

OBE

Dr Ian COLLARD, lately Head of Counter-Terrorism Department, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to British foreign policy and to national security

John COYLE, Chairman RNLI (Ireland), Trustee, RNLI (UK) and Chairman, Commissioners of Irish Lights. For services to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, the Irish Lights and to UK/Republic of Ireland relations.

Fiona DANKS, Head, Centenary Commemorations, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to national security

Bernhard GARSIDE, lately HM Ambassador, San Salvador, El Salvador. For services to British foreign policy

Christopher GILLON, Team Leader, Strategic Threats Team, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to national security

Israel GLOGER, Director, Trust in Science Initiative. For services to UK/Argentina scientific relations

Cathryn GRAHAM, Director of Music at the British Council. For services to music and to UK cultural relations

Philip HOPER, Head, Special Projects Team, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to national security

Jan LATHAM KOENIG, Chief Conductor, Novaya Opera, Moscow, Russia. For services to music and to UK/Russia cultural relations

Jeff LYNNE, Musician. For services to music

Robert MATHAVIOUS, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, BVI Financial Services Commission, British Virgin Islands. For services to the British Virgin Islands and to financial services

David Alexander Wilson MCCREDIE, Chief Executive Officer, Australian British Chamber of Commerce, Sydney, Australia. For services to international trade and UK/Australia relations

Ruairi O’CONNELL, lately HM Ambassador, Pristina, Kosovo. For services to British foreign policy

Susan PULLEN MBE, former Falkland Islands Representative in London. For services to the people of the Falkland Islands

Jane Chantal RICKARDS, Chief Executive Officer, British Academy of Film and Television Arts Los Angeles, United States of America. For services to broadcasting and charity

Anthony RIDOUT, Team Leader, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy

Dr Ian SINGLETON, Director of Conservation, PanEco Foundation/Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme, Indonesia. For services to the environment and conservation

Adam TEE, Team Leader, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy

Emer TIMMONS, former President, Strategic Deals and Customer Engagement, BT Global Services UK. For services to Women and to Equality

Dr John WALKER, lately Head, Arms Control & Disarmament Research, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to British foreign policy

Philip WOOD, President of British New Zealand Business Association, Wellington, New Zealand. For services to British business in New Zealand

MBE

Linda ALVAREZ, President, Gibraltar Island Games Association, Gibraltar. For services to sports in Gibraltar

Janet ANSCOMBE, Retired University Lecturer and Historian, Tenerife, Spain. For services to the British Community in Tenerife

Oluwakemi Linda BANKS, Clinical Psychologist, Anguilla. For services to social and cultural development in Anguilla

Andrew BIZLEY, lately Assistant Legal Adviser, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to British foreign policy

Richard BONE, International Security Consultant. For services to international security and counter-terrorism

Detective Inspector Nicola BURTON, Police Liaison Officer. For services to national security

Kathryn CARELESS, Desk Officer, Innovation and Delivery Team, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to national security

Gwen CARLISLE, lately Head Teacher, St Andrew’s College Asuncion, Paraguay. For services to education in Paraguay

Janet CHESNEY, Chief Executive Officer, The Chesney Trust, Malawi. For services to girl’s education in Malawi

Detective Chief Inspector Jake COLLIE, lately Counter-Terrorism Police Liaison Officer for Belgium, Metropolitan Police. For services to international counter-terrorism

Ian COWAN, Managing Director, Dal Sterling, Seoul, South Korea. For services to the British community in Seoul and UK civil engineering

John DALLEY, Founder, Soi Dog Foundation, Phuket, Thailand. For services to animal welfare in South East Asia

Euan EDWORTHY, Public Relations Expert, Prague, Czech Republic. For services to UK/Czech Republic relations

Gabrielle EIREW, Director and Founder, RecordMeNow. For services to charities and the terminally ill

Diane FLYNN, Chair Selection Committee, Marshall Aid Commemoration Commission, New York, United States of America. For services to UK/US educational links

The Reverend Dr Wycherley GUMBS, Chairman, Anguilla Christian Council. For services to the spiritual community and the cultural heritage of Anguilla

Major Nicholas HALLIDIE, Chairman, Friends of the British Cemetery, Elvas, Portugal. For services to protecting British historical heritage in Portugal

Georgina HOLLINGSWORTH, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office Social Work Advisor. For services to British nationals suffering mental health issues abroad

Reverend Christopher HOWITZ, Anglican Chaplain, Muscat, Oman. For services to the British community in Oman

John KELL, Research and Development Specialist in Automotive Sector Team, Department for International Trade. For services to UK trade and investment

Peter KELLOND, Honorary British Consul, Montego Bay, Jamaica. For consular services to British nationals in Jamaica

Simon KELLY, Country Director Angola, Department for International Trade. For services to trade and investment

Isabelle KERR, Manager, Glasgow and Clyde Rape Crisis Centre. For services to British nationals abroad and at home victims of sexual assault and gender-based violence

Jamil MALIK, Consular Manager, British Consulate General, Toronto, Canada. For services to British nationals in Canada

Andrew MALPASS, Founder and President, Paniman Group, Manila, The Philippines. For services to Philippine seafarers and shipping

Desmond MALPASS, International Liaison Officer, National Crime Agency. For services to combatting serious organised crime

Kate MCGILCHRIST, lately Human Resources Business Partner for Europe, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Farhana Haque PROMA, Pro-Consul, British High Commission, Dhaka, Bangladesh. For services to British nationals in Bangladesh

Francis RAINSFORD, British Honorary Consul, Arequipa, Peru. For services to British nationals in Peru

Indira RAO, Assistant Legal Adviser, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy

Ian REED, Director, Allied Forces Heritage Group, York. For services commemorating UK/France wartime co-operation

Clare SEARS-WOOD, lately Director Serbia and Western Balkans, British Council. For services to cultural relations in the Western Balkans

Veronica SENIOR, Teaching Centre Manager, British Council Portugal. For services to UK/Portugal cultural relations

Andrew SILL, Chairman, British Malaysian Chamber of Commerce, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. For services to UK/Malaysia business relations

Alma SIMMONS, Facilities Management Performance Manager, FCDO Services. For services to the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office

Richard M SLACK, lately Deputy Director Strategic Communications, Russia Unit, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to British foreign policy

Margaret A SOUTHERN, lately Head Teacher, St Andrew’s College, Asuncion, Paraguay. For services to education in Paraguay

Jonathan WEBSTER, Team Leader, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy

Tony Sau-wo YU, Associate Director, Department for international Trade, British Consulate General, Hong Kong. For services to business

BEM

Philip G BAKER, Curator, Online Museum of Prisoners of War. For services to prisoners of war of World War II and their families

Linda CORCORAN, Executive Assistant, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to national security

Barbara GEORGE, Retired Teacher and Member of the St Helena Island National Trust, St Helena. For services to the cultural heritage of St Helena

Georgia HAGUE, Tourism Safety Campaigner. For services to the British community in the Balearic Islands, Spain

Linda SOUTHERN HEATHCOTT, President and Chief Executive Officer of Spruce Meadows Equestrian Centre, Alberta, Canada. For services to British equestrian, military and commercial interests in Alberta, Canada

Eileen HUNT, Team Leader, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy

Brian MCINTYRE, IT Manager, British Consulate General, New York, United States of America. For services to the British Consulate General in New York

Robin SHACKELL, Deputy Governor of the Pitcairn Islands and Consul General Auckland, New Zealand. For services to environmental protection

Nancy Christine SOUTHERN, Chair and Chief Executive Officer of ATCO Ltd and Executive Vice President of Spruce Meadows, Alberta, Canada. For services to British equestrian, military and commercial interests in Alberta, Canada

Andrew Hugh SWINNERTON, Honorary Administrator, British Cemetery, Lisbon, Portugal. For services to the British community in Lisbon

Ian WARREN, Volunteer, Menorca, Spain. For services to the British community in Menorca

Wendy WELBERRY, Assistant Private Secretary, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to national security

George WILLIAMS, Editor-in-Chief, Gulf Daily News, Bahrain. For services to journalism

Diplomatic and overseas additional list

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE

Dr Rebecca EDWARDS, Chief Medical Officer, Falkland Islands. For services to the Falkland Islands Community

Dr Michael John LEE, Chief Medical Officer, Cayman Islands. For services to health

MBE

Dr Christopher Kim-Ming HUI, Deputy Chief of Service, Department of Medicine, University of Hong Kong – Shenzhen Hospital and Honorary Consultant, Royal Free London and the Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Trusts. For services to health

Amina IBRAHIM, Operating Department Practitioner at St George’s Hospital and Founder/Team Leader of Somaliland Health Initiative. For services to health

Military division – Royal Navy

ORDER OF THE BATH

KCB

Admiral Timothy Peter Fraser.

CB

Rear Admiral James Norman MacLeod. Royal Navy

Rear Admiral Michael Keith Utley. Royal Navy

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

CBE

Commodore James Miles Benjamin Parkin. Royal Navy

Commodore James Le Seelleur Perks.

OBE

Commodore Robert James Anstey. Royal Navy

Commodore Paul Christopher Carroll. Royal Navy

Lt Col (Acting Col) Michael Andrew Geldard. Royal Marines

Capt Kevin Massie Noakes. Royal Navy

MBE

Colour Sgt Michael Scott Beaton. Royal Marines

Capt Thomas Andrew John Buck. Royal Marines

Maj David William Digby Clarke. Royal Marines

Leading Logistician (Writer) Rebecca Leone Fyans. Royal Navy

Leading Engineering Technician (WES) Andrew Hey. Leading (Acting Petty Officer) Engineering Technician (Weapon Engineering Submarines)

Lt Ian McInnes. Royal Navy

CPO Communications Technician Michael McLachlan. Chief Petty Officer Communication Technician

Lt Cdr Joel Roberts. Royal Navy

Colour Sgt Ryan Selbie. Royal Marines

WO 1 Warfare Specialist Darren Andrew Wearing. Warrant Officer 1 Warfare Specialist (Abovewater Warfare Weapons)

Lt Cdr Michelle Welsh. Royal Naval Reserve (Sea Cadet Corps)

Maj David John West. Royal Marines

Lt Cdr Louise Frances Victoria Wooller. Royal Navy

Military Division – Army

ORDER OF THE BATH

CB

The Venerable Clinton Matthew Langston.

Maj Gen Gerald Ian Mitchell.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

CBE

Brig Christopher Matthew Balmer Coles.

Col Charles Richard Patrick Ginn.

Co Andrew Nicholas Szabo.

Brig Neil Bryan Thorpe.

Brig William Stewart Codrington Wright.

OBE

Lt Col Hugh Ashley Philip Amos. Intelligence Corps

Lt Col Peter William Stanhope Baines. The Rifles

Lt Col Debra Jane Blackman. Intelligence Corps

Lt Co Alexander Vaughan Cooper. The Royal Regiment of Scotland

Lt Co Alex Richard Forsyth. The Royal Regiment of Scotland

Col Ian Paul Gibson.

Lt Col John Harvey. Adjutant General’s Corps (Royal Military Police)

Lt Col Christopher David Damien O’Halloran. Royal Regiment of Artillery

Lt Col Robert Balfour Poole. Royal Army Medical Corps

Acting Col Clinton Mark Riley. Army Cadet Force

Lt Col James Samuel Skelton. The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers

MBE

Maj Stuart David Weir Ansell. Royal Regiment of Artillery

Maj Louise Bates. Adjutant General’s Corps (Educational and Training Services Branch), Army Reserve

Cpl Thomas Ashley Bates. Intelligence Corps

WO Class 1 Adam Thomas Bieniasz. Intelligence Corps

Maj Victor Eric Bleakley. Royal Regiment of Artillery

Lt Co Alistair John Bryant. Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers

Capt Kevin Philip Carter. Royal Regiment of Artillery

Maj Christopher Furness Coles. Corps of Royal Engineers

Sgt Mark Stephen Conway. Corps of Royal Engineers, Army Reserve

Staff Sgt Christopher Thomas Denman. Royal Corps of Signals

Maj Spencer Frederick Elliott. Adjutant General’s Corps (Army Legal Services Branch)

Maj Richard Phillip Grimsdell. Royal Regiment of Artillery

Capt Steven Walter Henry. The Royal Logistic Corps

WO Class 1 James Christopher Hobden. The Royal Logistic Corps

Maj Antony Edward Ireland. The Royal Logistic Corps

Maj Antony William Johnson. Royal Regiment of Artillery, Army Reserve

Maj Arianne May Kidd. The Royal Logistic Corps

Maj Adam Paul Kurzeja. Corps of Royal Engineers

Maj Andrew McDermott. Royal Regiment of Artillery

Acting Lt Col Philip Charles Edgar Mileham. Royal Regiment of Artillery, Army Reserve

Maj Robert Leasing John Monger. Corps of Royal Engineers

Lt Col Richard Kitioni Naivalurua. Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers

Cpl Joseph William Nevitt. Army Air Corps

WO Class 1 Kelly Louise Newbound. The Royal Logistic Corps

Acting Sgt Matthew Kevin Paget. Intelligence Corps

WO Class 1 Simon William Patrick. The Yorkshire Regiment

Lt Col James Lee Pearce. The Yorkshire Regiment

Maj Michael Jonathan Pimm. Army Air Corps

Lt Co Anthony Wayne Pledger. The Yorkshire Regiment

Maj Colin Prentice. Corps of Royal Engineers, Army Reserve

Sgt Ian Robert Pring. The Parachute Regiment, Army Reserve

Maj Gemma Elizabeth Stonebridge Smith. Adjutant General’s Corps (Educational and Training Services Branch)

Maj Andrew John Tiernan. Grenadier Guards

Lt Co Adam Conrad Turpin. The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards

Maj Nicholas Adam Vye. The Royal Lancers (Queen Elizabeths’ Own)

Capt Harry Andrew Walter. Intelligence Corps

Maj Alistair James Wood. Combined Cadet Force

Royal Red Cross

Sergeant Siobhan Irene Davis. Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps.

Warrant Officer Class 1 Richard John Lazarus. Queen Alexandra’s Royal Army Nursing Corps

Military Division – RAF

ORDER OF THE BATH

GCB

Air Chief Marshal Stephen John Hillier.

KCB

Air Chief Marshal Michael Wigston. Royal Air Force

CB

Air Vice-Marshal Christina Reid Elliot. Royal Air Force

Air Vice-Marshal Harvey Smyth. Royal Air Force

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

CBE

Air Commodore Paul Harron Lloyd. Royal Air Force

Air Vice-Marshal Christopher John Moore. Royal Air Force

Air Commodore Suzanne Natalie Perkins. Royal Air Force

Group Capt Daniel Joseph Startup. Royal Air Force

Air Commodore Ian Jon Townsend. Royal Air Force

OBE

Group Capt Chantal Emma Baker. Royal Air Force

Group Capt John Ronald Butcher. Royal Air Force

Group Capt Mason Clark Fenlon. Royal Air Force

Wing Cdr Nicholas Donald Charles Green. Royal Air Force

Group Capt Sonia Margaret Phythian. Princess Mary’s Royal Air Force Nursing Service

Group Capt Ian James Sharrocks. Royal Air Force

MBE

Wing Cdr Benjamin Robert Alcock. Royal Air Force

WO Sara Elizabeth Catterall. Royal Air Force

Wing Cdr Neville James Clayton. Royal Air Force

Cpl Gary James Croot. Royal Air Force

Wing Cdr Sian English. Royal Air Force

Sqn Ldr Mark Dayan Faulds. Royal Air Force

Wing Cdr Benedict Rufus Griffith Goodwin. Royal Air Force

Flt Lt Adrian Karl Hargreaves. Royal Air Force

Senior AC (now Acting Cpl) Lucy Anne Hart. Royal Air Force

Flt Sgt Alexander Lilley. Royal Air Force

Sqn Ldr Simon Nicolas Moore. Royal Air Force

Sqn Ldr Jonathan Palmer. Royal Air Force

WO Morgan Russell Price. Royal Air Force

Sqn Ldr Sharon Michelle Stowers. Royal Air Force

Sqn Ldr Michael Thomas Symons. Royal Air Force

Sqn Ldr Alyn George Frederick Thompson. Royal Air Force

Sgt Mark Anthony Wilman. Royal Air Force

Queen’s Police Medal

Sgt Deborah Jane Ashthorpe. Hampshire Constabulary.

Chief Inspector Manjit Kaur Atwal. Leicestershire Police.

Antony Nathaniel Blaker. Deputy chief Constable, Kent Police.

Sarah Boycott. Formerly assistant chief Constable, West Midlands Police.

Superintendent John Trevor Clark. Ministry of Defence Police.

Charles David Crichlow. Lately, Constable, Greater Manchester Police.

Constable Thomas Graham Albert Farrell. Suffolk Constabulary.

Joanne Tracy Folan. Formerly Detective Constable, City of London Police.

Detective Chief Inspector Catherine Anne Forsyth. British Transport Police.

Carl Jason Foulkes. Chief Constable, North Wales Police.

Constable Rani Kaur Gundhu. West Midlands Police.

Rodney Maibam Hansen. Chief Constable, Gloucestershire Constabulary.

Constable Anthony Kerr. Police Service of Northern Ireland.

Simon Mason. Formerly Detective chief Superintendent, North Yorkshire Police / National Crime Agency.

Sgt Mohammed Najib. West Midlands Police.

Natalie Louise Shaw. Formerly chief Superintendent, South Yorkshire Police.

Constable David John Smyth. Police Service of Northern Ireland.

Colin Stott. Formerly Detective chief Superintendent, Leicestershire Police.

Detective Chief Inspector John Alan Swinfield. Metropolitan Police Service.

Chief Superintendent Simon Walls. Police Service of Northern Ireland.

Paul Jeffrey Withers. Formerly Detective Superintendent, Lancashire Constabulary.

Chief Superintendent Hazel Hendren. Police Service of Scotland.

Chief Superintendent Campbell Thomson. Police Service of Scotland.

Queen’s Fire Service Medal

Mark Andrew Cashin. Chief Fire Officer & chief executive, Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service.

Julie King. Group manager, East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service.

Sean Julian Bone-Knell. Formerly assistant chief Fire Officer and director Operations, Kent Fire and Rescue Service.

Christopher Lowther. Chief Fire Officer, Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service.

David McGown. Deputy chief Officer, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.

Queen’s Ambulance Service Medal

Elizabeth Lawrence Coulter. Ambulance Service Area manager, Northern Ireland.

Paul John Henry. Operational Leadership, East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust.

Richard James Marlow. Paramedic and Lead manager for Helicopter Emergency Medical Services, South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust.

Ian Michael Price. Emergency Medical Technician, Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust.

John Burnham. Associate director of Care Quality and Professional Development, Scottish Ambulance Service.

Queen’s Volunteer Reserves Medal

Colour Sgt David Hill. Royal Marines Reserve

Capt Hisham Bahjat Halawi. General List, Army Reserve

Col Robert Stuart Thomas Murphy. Army Reserve

Col Mark Andrew Simpson. Army Reserve

Maj David Arthur Titheridge. Royal Corps of Signals, Army Reserve

Lt Col Llewelyn Tremayne Williams. Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, Army Reserve

Awards elsewhere

ISLE OF MAN

MBE

Stewart Mark Kenyon. For services to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution on the Isle of Man.

Thelma Margaret Lomax. For services to Manx Charities on the Isle of Man.

BEM

Christine Anne Carter. For services to the Laxey and Lonan Branch of the Isle of Man Anti-Cancer Association.

Henry Edward Owens. For services to Beekeeping.

GUERNSEY

OBE

Paul James Whitfield. For services to the Public Sector in the United Kingdom and Guernsey.

BEM

Rachel Mary Copeland. For services to Vulnerable Families in Guernsey.

JERSEY

MBE

Nicholas Gary Winsor. Chairman, Autism Jersey. For services to the Community.

COOK ISLANDS

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE

Dr Teariki Matairangi Purea. For services to the Community and to the Pacific region.

MBE

Tuatiaki Papatua. For services to the Community and to Public Service.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM

Vainepoto Michael Akava. For services to the Community and to Public Service.

Tekura Iteata Avare. For services to the Community and to Public Service.

BAHAMAS

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE

Roscow Archibald Livingston Davies. For services to Sport.

Rozelda Woodside. For services to Education.

GRENADA

CBE

Winston James. For services to National Security.

OBE

Father John Doggett. For Religious and Community service.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM

Hortensia Francis. For services to the Arts.

Susan Mains. For services to the Arts.

John Felix Williams. For Voluntary Service.

PAPUA NEW GUINEA

KNIGHT BACHELOR

Knight Bachelor

Philip Mathew Topo-Melep Kapal. For services to the Community, to Education and to Agriculture, particularly in the Western Highlands and Jiwaka Provinces.

Mahesh Patel. For services to Commerce and to Healthcare.

ORDER OF SAINT MICHAEL AND SAINT GEORGE

CMG

Justice Kingsley Allen David. For services to the Law, the Judiciary, to Cricket and to the Community.

Donald Wabirao Manoa. For services to Commerce, to Corporate professional standards, to Sport and to the Community.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE

Col Kalamendy Hayai. Papua New Guinea Defence Force.

MBE

Lt Col Daniel Fungke. Papua New Guinea Defence Force.

Lt Col Harris Lange. Papua New Guinea Defence Force.

Lt Col Edison Napyo. Papua New Guinea Defence Force.

DBE

Jean Lucilla Kekedo. For Public Service.

KBE

Ano Pala. Minister of State and Attorney General. For services to the Community and to the Parliament of Papua New Guinea.

CBE

Wilson David. For services to Commerce, to the Community and to Education.

Katherine Han Paong Johnston. For services to the Community, to Charity and the advancement of Women.

The Honourable Ere Kariko. For services to the Community and Education, to Law and the Judiciary.

Peter Taylor. For services to the Community, to Business and Economic Development and to International Relations.

OBE

Kila Tamate Ava. For services to Education and Women’s development.

Paul Jeremy Barker. For services to Agriculture and Economic policy development

Tahawar Durrani. For services to the Aviation Industry.

Jeffrey Chen Kong Han. For services to the Community and to Roads and Infrastructure construction.

Dominic Albert Kaumu. For services to the National Aviation Industry.

Sam Koim. For services to the University of Technology and to combat public and corporate corruption.

Paul Komboi. For services to Telecommunication and the Papua New Guinea economy.

Bruce Eric MacKinlay. For services to International Education, to Sport, to Charity and to the Community.

Dr Cecilia Nembou. President and vice Chancellor of Divine Word University. For services to Higher Education.

Anton Aiyala Pakena. For services to Business, to Healthcare Education and to the preservation of local cultures.

Kepas Paon. For services to the Law and Order, the Papua New Guinea Parole Board and to the Community.

Ipul Powaseu. For services to the Community, especially to the Disabled.

Robert Lawrence Yee Lam Wong. For services to the Community, to Accountancy and to Corporate Governance and Taxation.

MBE

Lilly Akemote. For services to the Judiciary and to the Community.

Andigi Aluya. For services to the promotion of Culture, Tourism and Community initiatives.

Rosa Au. For services to Education and to the Community.

Thomas Roland Brant. For services to Sport.

Chief Inspector Nelson Day Chanei. Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary. For services to Police.

Andrew Ikufu. For services to Sports Administration.

Esther Karmel. For services to Education and to Social Community Initiatives.

Senior Inspector Nelson Isaac Karmi. Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary. For services to the Community.

Mary Kini. For services to the Community and to the Advancement of Women.

James Sissou Laki. For services to the Defence Force and Peace Foundation Melanesia.

Malcolm Edward Langbein. For services to Papua New Guinea High Commission in New Zealand.

Michael Marabe. For services to the Community and to Local Government.

Chief Superintendent John Maru. Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary.

Kotty Batong Okawiong. For services to Education and to the Community.

Bonnie Paul. For public service.

Simon Potol. For services to Civil Engineering and to the Community.

Lua Roa. For services to the Community and to the Fire Service.

Samiu Taufa. Captain, Air Niugini. For services to the Aviation Industry.

The Honourable Dadi Toka. For services to the Community and to Cancer awareness and relief.

Hulala Samson Tokome. For services to the Petroleum Industry and the Superannuation sector.

Norman Vakore. For services to Hospital Administration and Community Health.

Wingkeo Walliong. For public service at the District and Community level.

Tamzin Alexandra Wardley. For services to Sports Administration and the Papua New Guinea Olympic Committee.

John Peregrine Wilkinson. For services to the Community and to the Agriculture and Petroleum sectors.

IMPERIAL SERVICE ORDER

ISO

Michael Homingu. For Public Service.

Lai Loareapo Mai. For Public Service.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM

Sgt Daniel Aikal. Papua New Guinea Defence Force.

WO Damagai Kulanawiwi. Papua New Guinea Defence Force.

WO Jerry Marega. Papua New Guinea Defence Force.

CPO Steven Yamun. Papua New Guinea Defence Force.

Jonah Aema. For services to the Community.

Ilave Aikelave. For Public Service.

Supa Ank. For services to Rural Healthcare.

Clinton Apa. For services to the Aviation Industry.

Jack Aigilo Bayabe. For services to the Community.

Kauba Boros. For Public Service.

John Wangabi Hamua. For Public Service.

Raimo John. For Public Service.

Maura Kansa. For services to the Community.

Francis Kati. For services to the Community.

Geno Lama. For services to the Papua New Guinea Defence Force.

Nelson Leia. For Public Service.

Napi Limu. For services to Local Government.

Miriam Maina. For services to the Community.

Amos Makip. For Public Service.

Roland Angori Martin. For services to the Community.

James Loka Masia. For services to Youth through the Scouts and to the Community.

John Fave Morala. For services to Rural Healthcare.

Elizabeth Move. For Public Service.

Matapi Nape. For services to the Community.

Michael Parali. For services to the Community.

John Pawe. For services to the Community.

John Pona. For services to Community Healthcare.

Pyaro Pulipilya. For Public Service.

Josepha Recks. For Public Service.

The Reverend Peter Ropra. For services to Religion and to the Community.

John Staskowski. For services to the Community and to the Police.

Steven Talewa. For services to Youth and to the Community.

Iotabu Tauedea. For Public Service.

Chief Inspector Benno Tolpare. Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary.

John Lancelot Unduka. For services to the Community and to the Anglican Church.

Senior Sgt Kini Wauyari. Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary.

John Pake Yamarak. For public service in Agriculture.

QUEEN’S POLICE MEDAL

QPM

Senior Inspector Joyce Angoro. Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary.

Chief Superintendent Philip Mitna. Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary.

Chief Superintendent Joseph Thomas Tondop. Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary.

SOLOMON ISLANDS

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE

Andrew Evabule Kiliuti. For services to the Government, the Church and to the Community.

Denton Rarawa. For services to Commerce and to Community Development.

Robert Solomon Tatahano. For services to Education, to Human Resources and to Rural Development.

MBE

Hetty Vuda Bea. For services to the Nursing profession and to Community Development.

William Lai. For services to Sports, Youth and to Commerce Development.

Timothy Mathews. For services to the National Judiciary in the Solomon Islands.

Father John Gatu Senior. For services to Community, to the Church and to Rural Development.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM

Ben HOTE Hote. For services to Government in Education and to Community Development.

Nolan Salmon Parairua. For services to Youth and to Rural and Community Development.

SAINT LUCIA

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

MBE

Rufus Leandre. For services to Agriculture.

Francis Joseph Mason. For services to Education.

Timothy Poleon. For services to Journalism and Broadcasting.

Priscillus Simeon. For services to Education and to Community Development.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM

Jacintha Annius-Lee. For services to Education and to Community Mobilisation.

Evariste John. For services to Education.

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