- DIPLOMATIC SERVICE AND OVERSEAS LIST
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Sir Emyr Jones Parry, KCMG. UK permanent Representative to the United Nations, New York.
Anthony Russell Brenton, CMG. HM Ambassador, Moscow.
Julian Gordon Priestley. Formerly secretary-General, European Parliament.
Robert John Sawers, CMG. Formerly director-General Political, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Philip Robert Barton, OBE. Deputy Governor, Gibraltar.
James Richard Cadwallader. Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Professor Elisabeth Croll. For services to Higher Education, especially in promoting understanding of China’s social development.
David William Fall. HM Ambassador, Bangkok.
Peter Olaf Gooderham. Director, Middle East and North Africa Directorate, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Oleg Antonovich Gordievsky. For services to the security of the United Kingdom.
The Right Reverend George Clive Handford. Formerly Bishop in Cyprus and The Gulf, Presiding Bishop of the Province of Jerusalem. For services to promoting inter-faith dialogue in the Arab world.
Nicholas Peter Kay. Senior Foreign and Commonwealth Office Representative, South Afghanistan.
David Geoffrey Lang, CBE, QC. Formerly Attorney-General, the Falkland Islands, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands.
Ms Siobhan Peters. Formerly Leader of the Stern Review Team on the Economics of Climate Change, HM Treasury.
Andrew James Sparkes. HM Ambassador, Kinshasa.
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Dr Professor Alexander Marian Bradshaw. For services to fusion research in Europe.
Basil Anthony John Drinkwater. For public service, Bermuda.
Col Robert Trevor Groves. Group Engineering Services director, British Telecommunications.
His Honour Judge Howard Andrew Clive Morrison, OBE, QC. For services to international justice.
Athan Anderson. Project manager for Construction, British Embassy, Baghdad.
Kenneth Keithley Banks. Formerly permanent secretary, Ministry of Infrastructure, Communications and Utilities, Anguilla.
Mrs Caroline Frances Cook. For services to orphaned and abandoned children in Eastern Europe and Africa.
Chadd Alphonso Fitzgerald Cumberbatch. For services to education, Montserrat.
Dr Marigold Curling. For services to healthcare in Iraq.
Dr William White Roden Elder. British Honorary Consul, San Jose, California.
Tarquin Simon Archer Folliss. Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Matthew Keith Forbes. Formerly First secretary, British High Commission, Wellington.
David Pryor Gardner. For services to British business interests in the United States.
Melville Richard John Guest. For services to Britain’s relations with Asia.
Andrew Livingstone Holmes. For services to British business interests in Ghana, including efforts to promote corporate social responsibility.
Patrick David Horgan. For services to the British business community in Beijing.
Percival Vibert Jackson, JP. For services to the preservation of Caymanian culture and history.
Dr Mohammad Shamim Khan. For services to earthquake victims in Pakistan.
Dr Emanuel Graham Lucas. Consultant psychiatrist. For services to Government.
Dominic Meiklejohn. Formerly Deputy Consul-General, British Embassy Office, Basra.
David Miller. Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Mrs Diana June Nelson. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Simon Peter Nicholson. Formerly Country Representative, Children in Crisis in Afghanistan.
Mrs Alexandra Mary Pond. Director Visa Services, British High Commission, Pakistan.
Dr June Madeleine Mary Rollinson. British Council director, Bangladesh.
Richard Collingwood-Selby. For services to education in Chile.
Martin Sullivan. For services to British business interests in the United States.
Matthew David Barber. Formerly Finance and Resources manager, British Council, Nigeria.
Dr Samuel George Benaday. For services to the preservation of Gibraltar’s heritage.
Miss Audrey Albinah Brooks. For services to the caring of the elderly in Anguilla.
Frederic James Burton. For services to the conservation of endangered species in the Cayman Islands.
Miss Fiona Isabella Butters. Formerly vice Consul, British Embassy Office, Basra.
Christopher John Clark, MC. For services to the evacuation of British citizens in Lebanon in July 2006.
Mrs Claudia Sylvene Creque. For services to education in the British Virgin Islands.
Philip Charles Curr. Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Jason Fudgell. Technical Works Supervisor, British Embassy, Baghdad.
Christopher John Green. For services to the British business and social community in Oman.
Miss Joan Catherine Hall. For services to healthcare in Uganda.
Dr Julie Lyn Hall. Formerly Senior Medical Officer, WHO, Beijing. For services to health protection globally, especially in China.
Ms Camilla Hellman. For services to British/American relations.
Richard Edward Michael Hill. Formerly British Honorary Consul, Winnipeg.
Mrs Margaret Anne Catherine Hopkins. For public service and services to the community in St. Helena.
Mrs Olwyn Keogh. For services to child victims of the Chernobyl disaster in Belarus.
Ms Elizabeth Jean Labaye. Vice Consul/Management Officer, British Consulate, Lyon.
David McMullan. For voluntary services overseas.
Peter Mole. British Honorary Consul, Malaysia.
Miss Cindy Parker. Formerly Senior Management Officer and Consul, British Embassy, Kabul.
Christopher Charles Pittaway. Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
The Reverend John Peter Sandison Purves. For services to the community in Sri Lanka.
Ms Ulrika Schoen. For services to the Northern Ireland Peace Process.
Mrs Sheila Mary Solarin. For services to education in Nigeria.
Mrs Margaret Gillian Stommel. For services to the education of underprivileged children in Namibia.
Roger Marshall Stringer. Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Samuel Richard Templeman. Formerly Technical Works Supervisor, British Consulate-General, Basra.
Christopher John Wells. For services to English choral music in France.
Paul Anthony Welsh. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
John Everton Wyke. For services to the community in Montserrat.
Dr The Venerable Thomas Ian Young. For pastoral and community services in Qatar.