2014 Birthday Honours

The 2014 Birthday Honours were appointments by some of the 16 Commonwealth realms of Queen Elizabeth II to various orders and honours to reward and highlight good works by citizens of those countries. The Birthday Honours are awarded as part of the Queen's Official Birthday celebrations during the month of June. The Queen's Birthday Honours were announced on 14 June 2014 in the United Kingdom, on 9 June 2014 in Australia, on 2 June 2014 in New Zealand, on 14 June 2014 in Grenada, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Tuvalu, Saint Lucia and Belize.

The recipients of honours are displayed as they were styled before their new honour and arranged by the country (in order of precedence) whose ministers advised The Queen on the appointments, then by honour with grades i.e. Knight/Dame Grand Cross, Knight/Dame Commander etc. and then divisions i.e. Civil, Diplomatic and Military as appropriate.

United Kingdom

The 2014 Queen's Birthday Honours list was published on 14 June 2014 by The London Gazette.[1][2]

Order of the Companions of Honour (CH)

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Knight Bachelor

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The Most Honourable Order of the Bath

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Knight/Dame Commander of the Order of the Bath (KCB/DCB)

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Companion of the Order of the Bath (CB)

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The Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George

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Knight/Dame Commander of the Order of Saint Michael and Saint George (KCMG/DCMG)

Honorary Dame Commander
  • Angelina Jolie – for services to UK foreign policy and the campaign to end war zone sexual violence[3]

Companion of the Order of Saint Michael and Saint George (CMG)

Royal Victorian Order

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Knight/Dame Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (KCVO/DCVO)

Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (CVO)

Lieutenant of the Royal Victorian Order (LVO)

  • Doctor Veronica Mary Geneste Ferguson, Surgeon-Oculist to the Royal Household
  • Barbara Helen Kerry Francois, MVO, Visitor Experience Director, Royal Collection Trust
  • Inspector Robert Fulton, MVO, Metropolitan Police. For services to Royalty Protection
  • Nigel George Goldsmith, MVO RVM, Deputy Assistant to the Master of the Household, C Branch, Royal Household
  • Catherine Anne Goodman, Artistic Director, The Prince's Drawing School
  • Amanda Madeleine MacManus, Deputy Private Secretary to The Duchess of Cornwall
  • Richard Alfred Martin Edward George Pattle, MVO, Royal Air Force, Master of the Household to The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall
  • Michael John Taylor, MVO, Assistant to the Master of the Household, Operations and Finance, Royal Household
  • Major Jeremy Frederick Warren, Lieutenant, Her Majesty's Body Guard of the Honourable Corps of Gentlemen at Arms

Member of the Royal Victorian Order (MVO)

  • David John Peter Baldwin, RVM, Serjeant of the Vestry, Chapel Royal, St. James's Palace
  • Philip John Berg, Master of the Music, The Queen's Chapel of the Savoy
  • John Anthony Coleman, director, BLB Architects Ltd
  • Adrian John Denman, RVM, Head Gardener, Royal Gardens, Windsor
  • Philippa Jane Meryl Dutton, Assistant Secretary, Royal Warrant Holders' Association
  • Anne Cecilia Geddes, Accounts Clerk, Balmoral Estate
  • Francis Edmund Harris, RVM, Palace Attendant, Buckingham Palace
  • Andrew Joseph Hitchman, RVM The Duke of York's Household
  • Mary Victoria Inglefield, Senior Secretary, The Duke of Edinburgh's Household
  • Suzy Juliet Lethbridge, Correspondence Secretary, The Duke of Edinburgh's Household
  • Lynne Margaret Patchett, Personal Assistant to the Deputy Master of the Household
  • David Russell Quick, RVM, Household of The Earl and Countess of Wessex
  • Graham Paul Richards, RVM, Household of The Duke of York
  • Gary Robertson, RVM, Leading Porter/Craft Assistant, Palace of Holyroodhouse
  • Brian William Stephen Birnie Tougher, RVM, Household of The Earl and Countess of Wessex
  • Joanne Evadne Watt, Financial Accountant, Royal Household
  • Margaret Nicol Westwood, Secretary to the Librarian/Office Administrator, Royal Library, Windsor Castle
  • David Wheatroft, formerly Clerk to the Lieutenancy, Derbyshire.
  • Philip Anthony Egerton Williamson, Deputy Head, Ullswater Centre, Outward Bound Trust.
  • Major General Henry Gabriel Woods, CB MBE MC DL, Co-Founder and formerly chairman, The Duke of York's Community Initiative.
  • Inspector Jeremy Dawson Woolgar, Metropolitan Police. For services to Royalty Protection

Royal Victorian Medal (RVM)

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Gold
  • Nancy Fenwick, RVM, For services to The Queen
  • Stephen Richard Frohawk, RVM, Tractor Driver, Sandringham Estate
Silver
  • Gordon Holliday Currie, Assistant Carpet Planner, Royal Household
  • Jason Edwin Dennis, Gardener, Sandringham Estate
  • Neil Hepple Dodds, Frogmore Gardens Supervisor, Crown Estate, Windsor
  • Marc David Harrison, Page of the Presence, Royal Household
  • Constable John Patrick Murphy, Metropolitan Police. For services to Royalty Protection
  • Richard Gordon Quirk, Yeoman Bed Goer, The Queen's Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard
  • Alan Philip Scales, formerly Messenger, Coutts & Co
  • Stephen John Staines, Foreman, Highgrove Estate

The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire

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Insignia of a Knight / Dame Grand Cross of the Order of the British Empire
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Knight/Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (KBE/DBE)

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Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)

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Military
  • Major General Ewan Blythe Carmichael, MBE OStJ QHDS, Royal Army Dental Corps
  • Brigadier Mark Redman Goldsack, OBE, The Rifles
  • Brigadier Giles Patrick Hill, The Parachute Regiment
  • Colonel Robert Jefferies, Royal Regiment of Scotland
  • Brigadier Robert Daniel Meinertzhagen, Royal Corps of Signals
  • Major General Ranald Torquil Ian Munro, TD, The Parachute Regiment Army Reserve
  • Major General Richard James Semple, Corps of Royal Engineers
  • Commodore Keith Andrew Beckett
  • Rear Admiral Stephen Buchanan Brunton
  • Commodore Paul Anthony Mcalpine, OBE
  • Air Commodore David John Edwin Cooper
Civil
  • Professor Alastair Samuel Adair. For services to Higher Education in Northern Ireland.
  • Jane Muriel Mallord, Mrs. Allberry, Deputy Director, Screening and Sexual Health, Department of Health. For services to Health Policy on Cancer and Heart Disease.
  • Elizabeth Martin, Mrs Allen, Headteacher, Newstead Wood School for Girls, Orpington, London. For services to Education.
  • Dr. Rosalind Altmann. For services to Pensioners and Pension Provision.
  • Jane Victoria, Mrs. Barker. For services to the Financial and Insurance Services Industries and voluntary service.
  • Dr. Sam Barrell, chief clinical officer, NHS South Devon and Torbay Clinical Commissioning Group. For services to Clinical Commissioning and Integrated Health and Care.
  • John Berry, Artistic Director, English National Opera. For services to Music.
  • Professor Martin Biddle, O.B.E., Archaeologist. For services to Archaeology.
  • Ms Bridget Penelope Blow. For services to Business in the West Midlands and the British Chamber of Commerce Movement.
  • Matthew Philip Bowcock, Philanthropist. For services to Community Philanthropy.
  • Steven Michael Stuart Bramley, Deputy Legal Adviser, Legal Advisers' Branch, Home Office. For public service.
  • Andrew Douglas Brownsword, Philanthropist. For charitable services to the Arts, Heritage and Health in Bath and South West England.
  • Marcus James Sterling Bryson, Chief Executive, GKN Aerospace Group. For services to the UK Aerospace Sector.
  • Alistair Buchan, Chief Executive, Orkney Islands Council. For services to Local Government.
  • Miss Susan Margaret Bullock, Opera Singer. For services to Opera.
  • Ms Stephanie Burras, Chief Executive, Ahead Partnership. For services to Business in Yorkshire.
  • Andrew Carter, Councillor and Leader of the Conservative Group, Leeds City Council. For services to Local Government.
  • William Henry Rymer Cayton, O.B.E., Chief Executive, Professional Standards Authority. For services to Health Care and Regulatory Reform.
  • Michael Duncan Clark, Founder, Michael Clark Company. For services to Dance.
  • Richard James Coackley, Director of Energy Development, Environmental and Natural Resources, URS. For services to Civil Engineering.
  • Penelope, Viscountess Cobham, Chairman, VisitEngland. For services to Tourism.
  • Giles Cockerill, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.
  • Barry Cox, Head of Debt Management, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Debt Management and to the community through Christians Against Poverty.
  • Professor Nicholas Francis Robert Crafts, Professor of Economic History, University of Warwick and director, ESRC Research Centre on Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy. For services to Economics.
  • Professor Robert Anthony Cryan, D.L., Vice-Chancellor, University of Huddersfield. For services to Higher Education.
  • Major General (Archibald) Peter Neil Currie, C.B., lately chairman, Board of Trustees, Combat Stress. For voluntary service to Veterans with Mental Health Problems.
  • Professor David Thomas Delpy, F.R.S., lately Chief Executive, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. For services to Engineering and Scientific Research.
  • Alistair Bruce Dodds, lately Chief Executive, Highland Council. For services to Local Government.
  • Francis Desmond Dolan, Head of Debt Pursuit, Debt Management and Banking, H.M. Revenue and Customs. For services to Debt Management and Reform.
  • The Reverend Norman Walker Drummond, Founder and chairman, Columba 1400. For public and voluntary service, particularly to Young People.
  • Dr. Francis Gerard Dunn, D.L., President, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. For services to Cardiology and the community in Glasgow.
  • Ms Dawn Eastmead, Deputy Director, National Fire Policy, Department for Communities and Local Government. For services to Communities and Fire Safety.
  • Ms Charlotte Edwards, M.B.E., Captain, England Women's Cricket Team. For services to Cricket.
  • Stephen Joseph Egan, Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Finance and Corporate Resources, Higher Education Funding Council for England. For services to Higher Education.
  • Richard Leslie Everitt, lately chief executive officer, Port of London Authority and Chair, UK Major Ports Group and Maritime UK. For services to Transport.
  • Ms Elizabeth Jill Filkin. For public service.
  • Ms Janice Evelyn Flawn, Founder, PJ Care. For services to the Care Home Business and Charitable Fundraising.
  • Elizabeth Jane, Mrs. Fothergill, Chairman, Pennine Healthcare. For services to the Healthcare Products Industry.
  • Professor James Mackenzie Fraser, lately Principal and Vice- Chancellor, University of the Highlands and Islands. For services to Higher Education in Scotland and to the Free Church of Scotland.
  • Ms Linda Mary Garbett, Headteacher, The Priory School, Shrewsbury. For services to Education.
  • Judith Kyle, Mrs. Gillespie, O.B.E., Deputy Chief Constable, Police Service of Northern Ireland. For services to Policing and the community in Northern Ireland.
  • David James Gow, Inventor, I-Limb Hand. For services to Upper Limb Prosthetics.
  • Professor Hilary Mavis Graham, Professor of Health Sciences, University of York. For services to Public Health Research.
  • Philip Nevill Green. For services to Business and to Charity in the UK and South Africa.
  • Professor Helen Hally, director, Race for Health. For services to Healthcare and to the community in Lanarkshire.
  • Rupert Nicholas Hambro, Philanthropist. For charitable services.
  • Daniel Edward Harvey, O.B.E., lately chairman, National Museums Northern Ireland. For services to Museums in Northern Ireland.
  • Dr. Glynis Henry, Chief Executive, Northern Ireland Practice and Education Council for Nurses and Midwives. For services to Healthcare in Northern Ireland.
  • Peter Paul Sinton-Hewitt, Founder, Parkrun. For services to Grassroots Sport Participation.
  • Robert Owen Humphreys, director, Open University Wales. For services to Education and voluntary public service in Wales.
  • Michael Edwin Hurn, director, Project Sponsorship, HS2 Ltd. For services to the Rail Industry.
  • Professor Colin David Hugh Jones, Professor of History, Queen Mary University of London. For services to Historical Research and Higher Education.
  • Sylvia Vaughan, Mrs. Jones, Headteacher, Valentines High School, London Borough of Redbridge. For services to Education.
  • Ms Helen Judge, director, Criminal Justice Group, Ministry of Justice. For services to Criminal Justice.
  • Dr. David Mark Lan, Artistic Director, The Young Vic. For services to Theatre.
  • Charles Roy Lancaster, O.B.E., Gardener and Broadcaster. For services to Horticulture and charity.
  • Professor Catherine Mary Law, O.B.E., Professor of Public Health and Epidemiology, University College London Institute of Child Health. For services to Public Health.
  • Sonny Leong. For political service.
  • Professor Denise Anne Lievesley, Professor of Statistics and Head of School of Social Science and Public Policy, King's College London. For services to Social Science.
  • Alastair David Lukies, Founder and chief executive officer, Monitise. For services to Mobile Banking and charity.
  • Professor David Mabey, director, Wellcome Trust Bloomsbury Centre for Clinical Tropical Medicine. For services to International Health Development in Africa and Asia.
  • Ms Kathleen Mary Mainland, Chief Executive, Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society. For services to Culture in Scotland.
  • Mark Mallalieu, Head of DFID Afghanistan, Department for International Development. For services to International Development.
  • Sunita Dinesh, Mrs. Mason. For services to Public Protection.
  • Colin Stephen Matthews, chief executive officer, Heathrow Airport. For services to Aviation.
  • Bernard Joseph McGahan, Deputy Permanent Secretary, Regional Planning and Transportation Group, Department for Regional Development, Northern Ireland Executive. For services to Public Transport.
  • Stephen McGill, Group President, Aon and Founding Trustee, Find a Better Way. For services to the Insurance Industry and voluntary Humanitarian services.
  • Neil Martin McLean, lately Chair, Leeds City Region Local Enterprise Partnership. For services to Business and Skills in West Yorkshire .
  • Ammar Yusuf Mirza, Managing Director, AmmarM and co-Founder, Asian Business Connexions. For services to Business and the community in the North East.
  • Peter Kenneth Mitchell, Education Adviser, Edge Foundation and Senior Education Adviser, Baker Dearing Educational Trust. For services to Education.
  • Salim Mitha, lately Deputy Director, Policy Specialist, London, H.M Revenue and Customs. For services to Tax Policy Work.
  • Nosheena, Mrs. Mobarik, O.B.E., lately Chair, CBI Scotland. For services to Business and public service in Scotland.
  • The Honourable Ruth, Lady Morris of Kenwood. For services to the community.
  • Professor Walter Nimmo, F.R.S.E., Philanthropist. For charitable and philanthropic services to Higher Education and the community in Scotland.
  • Professor Christopher John Dillon Packard, F.R.S.E., Research and Development Director and Consultant Clinical Scientist, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. For services to Clinical Science.
  • Professor Lesley Ann Page, President, Royal College of Midwives. For services to Midwifery.
  • Dr. Christabel Phyllis Peacock, Founder and Chair, Sidai Africa Ltd. For services to Agricultural Development in Africa.
  • Mark Andrew Pears, chief executive officer, William Pears Group and co-founder, The Pears Foundation. For services to Business and to Charity.
  • Dr. Emma Louise Pennery, Clinical Director, Breast Cancer Care. For services to People Affected by Breast Cancer.
  • Dr. John Harris Robinson. For services to Engineering and charity.
  • Professor Joseph Rykwert, Architecture Critic and Historian. For services to Architecture.
  • Professor Jeremy Keith Morris Sanders, F.R.S., Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Institutional Affairs and Professor of Chemistry, University of Cambridge. For services to Scientific Research.
  • Ms Helen Elizabeth Russell Sayles, co-founder, The Saltire Foundation. For services to the Development of Scottish Companies.
  • Samuel Gurney Sheppard. For services to the Horse Breeding Industry and the Rural Economy.
  • Christine Ann, Mrs. Slaymaker, Principal, Farnborough College of Technology. For services to Further Education.
  • Ms Susan Snowdon, Executive Headteacher, Beal High School, London Borough of Redbridge. For services to Education.
  • Dr. Helen Mary Stephenson, director, Office of Civil Society, Cabinet Office. For services to Civil Society.
  • Dr. Robert Alwyn Sykes, Headteacher, Thornden School, Chandler's Ford, Hampshire. For services to Education.
  • Ms Pauline Ann Tambling, Joint chief executive officer, Creative and Cultural Skills. For services to Education and Training in the Cultural Sector.
  • Kim, Mrs. Thorneywork, lately Interim Chief Executive, Skills Funding Agency. For services to Education, Learning and Skills.
  • Professor Dominic Tildesley, Chair, E-infrastructure Leadership Council. For services to Science, Technology and Business.
  • Councillor Paul Tilsley, M.B.E., lately Deputy Leader, Birmingham City Council. For services to Local Government.
  • Miss Valerie Malvia May Todd, Commissioner, UK Commission for Employment and Skills and Director of Talent and Resources, Crossrail Ltd. For services to Skills Training and Development of Young People.
  • Simon James Alexander Toole, Head of Exploration, Licensing and Development, Department of Energy and Climate Change. For services to Oil and Gas and Energy Infrastructure Development.
  • Professor Susan Mary Vinnicombe, O.B.E., director, International Centre for Women Leaders, Cranfield University. For services to Gender Equality.
  • Professor Alan Walker, Professor of Social Policy and Social Gerontology and New Dynamics of Ageing Director, University of Sheffield. For services to Social Science.
  • Councillor Robert George Wellington, leader, Torfaen County Borough Council. For services to Local Government, Heritage and the community in Torfaen and Wales.
  • Ms Joanna Mary Whelan, Deputy Chief Executive, Debt Management Office. For services to Public Finance.
  • Professor Michael John Worton, lately Vice-Provost and Fielden Professor of French Language and Literature, University College London. For services to Higher Education.
Diplomatic Service and Overseas List
  • The Honourable Ms Paula Ann Cox, lately Premier of Bermuda. For public service in Bermuda.
  • Richard Alan Rosling, O.B.E., co-Founder, Kiran Energy. For services to British business interests in India.

Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

Civil
  • Christopher Hanson-Abbott, for services to vehicle road safety
  • Edward George Noel Alcock, for public and voluntary service in Suffolk
  • Maxine Winifred Aldred, for services to small businesses
  • Raymond Anderson, for services to public access
  • Norman Keir Atkinson, for services to the community in Angus
  • Fiona Ballantyne, for services to culture in Scotland
  • John Barton, for services to fire and rescue services
  • Lesley Batchelor, for services to business
  • Alexander David Beatty, for services to the aerospace and defence industries in Northern Ireland
  • Darcus Beese, for services to the UK music industry
  • Lorna Bertrand, for services to education
  • Christopher Nigel Bilsland, for services to local government finance and the City of London corporation
  • Karen Tracey Blackett, for services to the media communications industry
  • Sally Louise Bolton, for services to rugby league
  • Dr David John Braben, for services to the UK computer and video games industry
  • Vanessa Brady, for services to the interior design industry and the UK economy
  • Andrea Bryden, for services to promoting diversity and equality
  • Richard Sean Card, for operational support to the armed forces
  • Councillor Michael Carr, for public service to education and regeneration in Middlesbrough
  • Nicholas John Carter, for services to defence restructuring in Afghanistan
  • Gillian Elizabeth Cartwright, for services to education
  • David John Chantler, for services to public protection and reducing re-offending
  • Jonathan Corderoy Cheshire, for services to social enterprise and to the community in Hampshire
  • Gillian Angela Clarke, for services to nursing
  • Professor Sarah Cleaveland, FRSE, for services to veterinary epidemiology
  • Chantal Jane Coady, for services to chocolate making
  • Dr John Hugh Coakley, for services to the NHS
  • Martin Kenneth Colclough, for services to disability sport in the armed forces
  • Andrew James Cole, for services to neonatal care
  • Nicholas Adrian Colloff, for services to international development
  • Ruth Connelly, for parliamentary service
  • Amanda Sara Cooper, for services to policing in Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire
  • Margaret Jull Costa, for services to literature
  • Kenneth Crawford, for services to aviation in Scotland
  • Garrett Joseph Cullen, for services to immigration and asylum management
  • John Cumming, for services to jazz
  • Professor Carol Irene Curran, for services to nursing and education in Northern Ireland
  • Janet Goldie Lawrie Daisley, for services to the empowerment and development of women in the UK and worldwide
  • Dr John Gerard Daly, for services to the medical profession in Northern Ireland
  • (Edward) Hunter Davies, for services to literature
  • Dr Penelope Jane Davies, for services to mathematics
  • Arthur Dean, for services to people and their families with achondraplasia and restricted growth and to disability sports
  • Penelope Jane Dean, for services to people and their families with achondraplasia and restricted growth
  • James Lawrence Dick, DL, for services to youth development and business in Hull and East Yorkshire
  • Dr Hilary Margaret Dobson, for services to the detection of breast cancer
  • Kathleen Anne Donegan, for services to the criminal justice system
  • Fintan Donohue, for services to further education
  • William Harry Dove, MBE, JP, for voluntary and charitable services in London
  • Dr Amanda Doyle, for services to primary care
  • Simon D'Olier Duckworth, DL, for services to policing
  • Andrea Clare Duncan, for services to sexual health
  • Heather Dunk, for services to further and higher education in Ayrshire
  • Sue Dunkerton, for services to health and engineering
  • Roger Edwin Easthope, for services to education
  • Elaine Edgar, for services to carers
  • Cherry Anne Edwards, for services to education
  • Antony William Elliott, for services to bank customers
  • Nigel John Evans, for services to amateur golf
  • Gibril Faal, JP, for services to international development
  • Dr Anthony Dale Falconer, for services to women's health care
  • Kay Fawcett, for services to nursing
  • Michael Paul Firth, for services to education and to the Scouts in South Yorkshire
  • Professor Julie Lydia Fitzpatrick, for services to animal health and science
  • Rosemary French, for services to women in business
  • Katharine Frood, for services to education
  • Warren David Gatland, for services to rugby
  • Oonagh Mary Gay, for services to the House of Commons
  • Stephen Goodman, for services to child protection
  • Sharon Margaret Grant, for services to the community and to the arts in Tottenham, North London
  • Janet Patricia Grasty, for services to women's rights
  • Jenefer Dawn Greenwood, for services to the UK real estate industry and voluntary service to young people
  • Dr Jane Clare Grenville, for services to higher education
  • Robert Lloyd Griffiths, for services to the economy in Wales and for voluntary services, including to autism in Wales
  • Kate Elizabeth Gross, for services to public and charitable sectors
  • Christabel Gurney, for political service particularly to human rights
  • Michael Joseph Gutman, for services to the UK business services and retail regeneration
  • Angela Harding, for services to children with hearing impairments and complex language needs
  • Derek Harvey, for services to employment and partnership working in London
  • Lesley Hastie, for services to education and Friends of the Rebel Trust
  • Dr Howard James Hastings, for services to tourism and hospitality
  • Dorothy Helen Hatfield, for services to engineering
  • Susan Jennifer Hattersley, for services to the improvement and development of UK food allergy policy and research
  • Dr Paul Martin Hawkins, for services to technology and sport
  • Janet Hayward, for services to education
  • Margot Jane Heller, for services to the arts
  • Annette Hazel Hennessy, for services to public protection and reducing re-offending
  • Peter Richard Wavell Hensman, DL, for voluntary service to the rural economy in Cumbria
  • Charles William Roland Heslop, for voluntary political service
  • Michael Redmond Heylin, for services to angling
  • David James Robert Hill, for services to local government
  • David Michael William Hodgkiss, for services to manufacturing and exporting
  • David Michael Hodson, for services to international family law
  • Christopher Ashleigh Holley, for political service and service to the community in Swansea
  • Neil Alan Hopkins, for services to education
  • George Dunne Cameron Hosking, for services to reducing violence, particularly child abuse
  • Robert Mairs Houston, for services to veterinary science in Northern Ireland
  • Susan Houston, for services to the economy in the North East
  • Richard Patrick Blakiston Houston, for services to natural and built heritage in Northern Ireland
  • Barry George Huggett, for services to education
  • John Edward Jones, for services to counter terrorism
  • Karen Jane Jones, for services to law and order, particularly counter terrorism prosecutions
  • Pamela Jones, for services to education
  • Anne Kelaart, DL, for services to the rural community in Oxfordshire
  • Dr Steve Kell, for services to primary care
  • Derrick Kelleher, for services to law enforcement
  • Professor Michael Howard Kelly, for services to higher education and to European co-operation
  • Ann Pamela Kenworthy, for services to legal aid
  • Lt Col Martyn Frederick Kingsford, TD, for services to housing tenants and community engagement
  • Stuart Kinsey, for services to humanitarian action and international search and rescue
  • Robin Klassnik, for services to the visual arts
  • Loraine Elise Knowles, for services to heritage
  • Sylvia Lancaster, for services to community cohesion, particularly reducing hate crime
  • Phyllida Ann Law, for services to drama and for charitable services
  • Peter John Lawrence, for services to transparency
  • Sandra Lawton, for services to nursing
  • Marion Kay Layberry, for services to children and families.
  • Edward Peter Shephard Leask, for services to sailing young people and philanthropy
  • Gordon John Lee, for services to children
  • Damian Watcyn Lewis, for services to drama
  • Martin Steven Lewis, for services to consumer rights and charitable services through the MSE charity fund
  • Robert John Linham, for services to human rights policy
  • Professor Julie Lydon, for services to higher education in Wales
  • Professor Jill Elizabeth Maben, for services to nursing
  • Elspeth Catriona MacArthur, for services to judicial appointments
  • Kenneth Angus MacIver, For services to Gaelic broadcasting and to the community in the Western Isles
  • Gerard Marr, for services to the NHS
  • Councillor Shelagh Marshall, for services to older people
  • Dr Helen Elizabeth Mason, for services to higher education and to women in science, engineering and technology
  • Talvinder Singh Matharoo, for services to music
  • Sonia Elizabeth McColl, for services to Park Home residents
  • Julian Edward Metcalfe, MBE, for services to the hospitality industry
  • Steven Peter Michael, for services to healthcare
  • Sarah Elizabeth Montgomery, for services to stabilisation and development in Helmand, Afghanistan
  • Margaret Jane Moor, for services to people with disabilities and to charitable fundraising
  • Malcolm Morley, BEM, for services to wrestling
  • Thanos Antony Morphitis, for services to children and families
  • Elizabeth Morris, for services to education
  • Julie Marie Morris, for services to the UK submarine construction programme
  • Kendrick Cecil Morris, for services to education and community cohesion in Birmingham
  • Roger John Bowring Morris, for services to further education
  • James Neill Morton, for services to education in Northern Ireland
  • Sean Murphy, for services to military operational capability
  • Sharmila Nebhrajani, for services to medical research
  • Paul Anthony Nolan, for services to forestry
  • Caroline Mary Nursey, for services to media development in developing countries
  • Graeme John Nuttall, for services to employee ownership, employee share schemes and public service mutuals
  • Kavita Oberoi, for services to entrepreneurship and start up businesses
  • Anupam Ojha, for services to science education
  • Stephen Michael O'Leary, for services to military operational capability and for the Help for Heroes charity in Somerset
  • Susan Margaret Oliver, for services to rheumatology healthcare
  • Henry James O'Neil, for services to the British banking industry
  • Maurice Samuel Ostro, for services to business charity and interfaith relations in London
  • Jonathan Robert Owen, for services to education
  • Belinda Parmar, for services to women in technology
  • Professor Margaret Patterson, for services to the agri-food industry, particularly food safety and quality
  • Dr Timothy Charles Peakman, for services to medical research
  • Stephen George Bevan Phillips, for political service
  • Sarah Jane Pickup, for services to social care
  • Professor Isobel Anne Pollock, for services to mechanical engineering
  • Yvonne Powell, for services to education
  • Paula Pryke, for services to the floral design industry
  • Barbara Mary Radcliffe, for services to Home Care Training and the community in South West Scotland
  • Faisel Rahman, for services to community finance
  • Vivien Jayne Randall, for services to education
  • Hilary Frances Ratcliffe, for services to promoting gender equality overseas
  • Alice Rawsthorn, for services to design and the arts
  • Katharine Mary Reid, for political service, particularly in Kingston upon Thames
  • Jeremy Charles Richardson, for services to unemployed people and voluntary service in Derby
  • Professor Barry Alexander Kenneth Rider, for services to the prevention of economic crime
  • Brett Rogers, for services to the arts
  • Professor Polly Roy, for services to virus research
  • Professor Alan Bernard Rushton, for services to adoption and children
  • Rosemary Geraldine Winter-Scott, for public service to insolvency services in Scotland and voluntary service to education through Jordanhill School
  • Professor Jonathan Sigmund Shalit, for services to the entertainment industry
  • Victoria Susan Hull Sharp, for services to music
  • Professor Aziz Sheikh, for services to medicine
  • Professor David Shemmings, for services to child protection
  • Susan Elizabeth Sheridan, for services to nursing
  • Rachael Shimmin, (Mrs. Stancliffe-White) for services to social care
  • John Andrew Simpson, for services to literature
  • Trishna Devi Pall Singh, for services to the community in Edinburgh, particularly to the Sikh community
  • Anthony John Singleton, for services to the provision and improvement of digital public services
  • Barbara Jane Slater, for services to sports broadcasting
  • Sean Joseph Turner Smith, for services to people with disabilities
  • (Michael) Nicholas Snowman, for services to promoting British cultural interests in France
  • Paul Southworth, for services to business arts and the community in Northamptonshire
  • Dr Andrew Spurr, for services to the energy industry and the UK economy
  • Professor Elizabeth Anne Stanko, for services to reducing crime and disorder and enhancing public confidence in policing
  • Alan William Stanton, for services to architecture
  • Edward Arthur Stevens, for services to housing in England
  • Frances Clare Stevens, for services to education
  • Clive Anthony Stobbs, for services to people with autism
  • Professor John Joseph Strain, for services to nutrition research and higher education.
  • Janis Elizabeth Susskind, for services to music
  • Shahien Taj, MBE, for services to victims of honour-based violence and forced marriage
  • Nisha Tandon, for services to minority ethnic communities in Northern Ireland
  • Anna Kim Taylor, for services to tackling global undernutrition
  • Carolyn Ann Taylor, for services to benefits delivery and charitable services
  • Susan Carol Terpilowski, for services to small businesses in London
  • Andrew Thin, for services to the environment and rural affairs in Scotland
  • David Jeffrey Thomas, TD, for services to law and order, particularly digital transformation
  • Susan Tipping, for services to defence
  • Johanne Tomlinson, for services to prison nursing
  • Dr Hilary Claire Tucker, for services to public protection and reducing re-offending
  • Professor Lorna Winifred Unwin, for services to vocational education and training
  • Anne Jacqueline Wadsworth, for services to charitable giving in the UK
  • David Leslie Walker, for services to people with disabilities
  • Margaret Dianne Walls, for services to education and to the community in East Ham
  • Catherine Anne Walsh, for services to further education
  • Martin Edward Walsh, for services to science
  • Susan Helen Walsh, for services to further education
  • John James Ward, for services to the charitable and voluntary sector in Lancashire
  • The Reverend John Norman Wates, for charitable services to the arts, criminal justice and to the community in Chipstead, Surrey
  • Anthony David Rex Watts, for services to older people
  • David John Way, for services to technology, innovation and manufacturing
  • Professor David John Williams, for services to science and engineering
  • Paul Maurice Williams, for services to architecture
  • Elizabeth Anne Willis, for services to the empowerment and development of women in the UK and worldwide
  • Barbara Anne Wilson, for services to border security
  • Kathryn Lucy Hay Winskell, for services to higher education and the economy in the North East
  • Mark Featherstone-Witty, for services to higher education
  • William Adams Wolsey, for services to business and the hospitality industry in Northern Ireland
  • Dr Joy Margaret Woodhouse, for services to optometry and for services to people with disabilities
  • Keith Spencer Woodley, for services to higher education
  • Patrick John Dobree Woodroffe, for services to the arts
  • Dr Robert Norman Woodward, for charitable services in Bristol
  • Namron Yarrum, for services to dance
  • Alan George Yellup, for services to education
Military
  • Commander Mark Gareth Deller
  • Commander Mark Robert Honnoraty
  • Commander James Mcnair
  • Lieutenant Colonel Gerard Connor O’Hara, Royal Marines
  • Lieutenant Colonel Rupert James Pulvertaft, Royal Marines
  • Captain Berkeley John Stanley-Whyte, Royal Navy
  • Lieutenant Colonel Timothy Robert Blackmore, The Royal Logistic Corps
  • Colonel Neil Alexander Den–McKay, MBE, The Royal Regiment of Scotland
  • Lieutenant Colonel Oliver Jerome Kingsury, MBE, The Parachute Regiment
  • Colonel Simon Andrew Lawrence, Corps of Royal Engineers
  • Colonel Nicholas Scott Makin, Royal Regiment of Artillery
  • Lieutenant Colonel Alan William Thomas McComb, Royal Corps of Signals
  • Colonel Thomas Michael McMullen, MBE, Cumbria Army Cadet Force
  • Lieutenant Colonel Richard Evelyn Robert Morphew, The Royal Irish Regiment
  • Colonel James Lyon Murray–Playfair, MBE, late Royal Regiment of Fusiliers
  • Lieutenant Colonel Richard Charles Pope, Royal Army Veterinary Corps
  • Lieutenant Colonel Peter Anthony Reid, Adjutant General's Corps (Staff and Personnel Support Branch)
  • Lieutenant Colonel Henry Terence Stewart Ricketts, Corps of Royal Engineers
  • Wing Commander Simon James Bellamy
  • Group Captain Paul Alexander Godfrey
  • Group Captain Victoria Patricia Gosling, MBE
  • Wing Commander Gethyn William Hill
  • Wing Commander Lynn Johnson
  • Wing Commander Anthony Christian Keeling, MBE
  • Wing Commander Andrew Paul Sandilands

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

Civil
  • Colin R. McInnes, FRSE FRAeS FInstP FREng
  • Dr Peter Wothers
  • Nicholas Pidgeon
  • Sylvia Park
  • Dr Robert Samuel Andrews
  • Lieutenant Colonel Ian Ballantyne
  • John Scot Barrowman
  • Ruth Margaret Bell, JP
  • Gail Broadhurst
  • Gary Buxton
  • Nicola Vivian Alexandra Clarke
  • Melanie Anne Craddock
  • Sheenagh Davis
  • John Bruce Glover
  • Doctor Roger Phillip Griffiths
  • Gary Peter Andrew Harris
  • Colonel David James Hill
  • David Hilton
  • Susan Christine Hughes
  • Damian Peter Christian Johnson
  • Linda Grace Kennedy
  • Catriona Gibson McBeath
  • Enid Bertha Patient
  • Richard Bertrand Player
  • James Fergus Rosie
  • Michelle Smith
  • Howard Martin Stuchfield, JP
  • Stephen Sutton – for services to charity
  • Richard Taylor
  • Dr Andrew John Treharne
  • Susan Jane Westlake
  • Clyde Emmanuel White, BEM
  • Emma Bryony Woolf
Military
  • Major Scott Ashley, Royal Marines
  • Surgeon Commander Andrew Brown
  • chief petty officerLogistics (Supply Chain) Ivor Cross
  • Commander Simon Evan James David
  • Lieutenant Commander Neil Charles Loughrey
  • Petty Officer (Diver) Andrew Charles Marshall
  • Lieutenant Commander Larry Roy Nicholls
  • chief petty officerWarfare Specialist (Underwater Warfare) Darren Mark Rayner
  • Lieutenant Commander (RNR, SCC) Alfred Simpson, Sea Cadet Corps
  • Captain Trevor Smith, Royal Marines
  • Warrant Officer 1 Marc Wicks, Royal Marines
  • Captain Heidi Miriam Alexandra Blackwood, 1st (Northern Ireland) Battalion Army Cadet Force
  • Captain Adrian Eric Blanchard, The Royal Logistic Corps Army Reserve
  • Warrant Officer Class 2 Paul Andrew Brewer, The Yorkshire Regiment
  • Captain Michael James Brigham, The Mercian Regiment
  • Lieutenant Colonel Anthony James Christie, Corps of Royal Engineers
  • Captain Robert Lloyd Clifford, Royal Corps of Signals
  • Major Michael James Cooke, The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers
  • Warrant Officer Class 2 Kenneth Newton Craddock, The Yorkshire Regiment Army Reserve
  • Major Simon Charles Dean Culver, Royal Regiment of Artillery
  • Lieutenant Colonel Judith Anne Dando, Adjutant General’s Corps (Educational and Training Services Branch) Army Reserve
  • Major Paul Richard Eagle, Adjutant General’s Corps (Staff and Personnel Support Branch)
  • Lieutenant Colonel Philip Charles Evason, TD, The Parachute Regiment Army Reserve
  • Major James Robert Fawcett, Royal Army Medical Corps
  • Major Gordon Gask, Grenadier Guards
  • Major Andrew Stephen Green, Corps of Royal Engineers
  • Sergeant Robert Andrew John Gue, Adjutant General's Corps (Royal Military Police)
  • Major Craig Stephen Hallas, Army Air Corps
  • Major Dennis George Hannant, The Royal Logistic Corps Army Reserve
  • Major John Hanson, Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
  • Lieutenant Colonel Edward Peter William Hayward, The Blues and Royals (1st The Royal Horse Guards and Dragoons)
  • Captain David Peter Henson, Corps of Royal Engineers
  • Major Denis Howard, The Royal Logistic Corps
  • Major Timothy John Iddon, Royal Regiment of Artillery
  • Major Damian Robert Jenkins, Royal Army Medical Corps
  • Major Wynne Jones, TD, The Royal Logistic Corps Army Reserve
  • Major Peter Andrew Le Feuvre, Royal Army Medical Corps
  • Warrant Officer Class 1 David Lochrie, Coldstream Guards
  • Major Nicola Jane Macleod, Royal Army Medical Corps
  • Major Barry Roy Melia, The Rifles
  • Corporal Martyn James O'Connor, Intelligence Corps
  • Major John Phillip Osborn, Gloucestershire Army Cadet Force
  • Major Sally Elizabeth Powling, Adjutant General's Corps (Educational and Training Services Branch)
  • Staff Sergeant Tony James Richardson, Royal Army Physical Training Corps
  • Major Gary Trevor Sawyer, The Rifles
  • Lieutenant Colonel Hervey John Scott, Royal Corps of Signals
  • Lieutenant Colonel Ian Harold Scrivens, Corps of Royal Engineers
  • Major William Oliver James Steel, The Royal Logistic Corps
  • Major Benjamin Roy Greenhalgh Taylor, Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
  • Sergeant Richard John Thisby, Royal Regiment of Artillery
  • Warrant Officer Class 1 Martin John Thorp, The Parachute Regiment
  • Major William Saunders Turner, Corps of Royal Engineers
  • Lieutenant Colonel William John Ladbrook Waugh, Royal Tank Regiment
  • Major Andrew Wilson, Royal Regiment of Artillery
  • Sergeant Graham John Woolcock, The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment
  • Warrant Officer Carl John Bell
  • Corporal Ryan Mark Burrows
  • Squadron Leader John David Butler, AFC
  • Chief Technician Michael Russell Frankish
  • Warrant Officer David Daubney Lloyd
  • Warrant Officer Steven David Marshall
  • Squadron Leader Louise Victoria Parker
  • Wing Commander Richard David Presland, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
  • Squadron Leader Thomas David John Rees
  • Squadron Leader Gareth Lloyd Roberts
  • Warrant Officer Kevin Geoffrey Smith
  • Squadron Leader Mark Ruser Taylor
  • Squadron Leader Maurice Leslie Thompson, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (Training)

British Empire Medal (BEM)

Order of the British Empire (Military) Ribbon
British Empire Medal (Military division) ribbon
Order of the British Empire (Civil) Ribbon
British Empire Medal (Civil division) ribbon
Civil
  • Norman Black – for services to the Reserve Forces and Cadet Association and the community in Northern Ireland
  • Adam Caruthers – for voluntary service to the Royal British Legion Scotland
  • Holly Angharad Davies – for services to the Armed Forces Personnel
  • Frank Donald Dayman – for voluntary service to Veterans and their Families
  • Margaret Sarah Duff – for services to Veterans
  • Agnes Gardiner – for services to Service Personnel
  • Peter John Haydon – for voluntary service to First Aid
  • Sylvia Heyes – for voluntary service to Veterans
  • Marion Rose Hook – for voluntary service to First Aid
  • Christoper Frederick Hore – for voluntary service to Veterans
  • Katherine Diane Hull – for services to Veterans and their Families
  • Lieutenant Colonel (Rtd) Cecil John Lawson – for voluntary service to the Army Cadet Force
  • Valerie Sylvia Moosa – for voluntary service to the community in Bristol
  • Lesley John Pond – for voluntary service to Armed Service Personnel through the Joint Services Adapative Ski Scheme
  • Janet Mary Qualters – for services to Defence and charitable services through the Anthony Nolan Trust
  • David James Sweetenham – for voluntary service to the Royal Air Forces Association
  • Philip Stephen Wadey – for voluntary service to First Aid
  • Philip Weight – for voluntary service to the Air Training Corps
  • Brian Wood – for voluntary service to the Air Training Corps
  • Norman Bennett Young – for voluntary service to Veterans and their Families
  • Abu Zafar – for services to Business and to the Asian community

Royal Red Cross

Royal Red Cross (UK) ribbon
Royal Red Cross ribbon

Associate (ARRC)

  • chief petty officerNaval Nurse Jenny Louise Dyson, Queen Alexandra's Royal Naval Nursing Service

Queen's Police Medal (QPM)

Queens Police Medal for Merit
Queen's Police Medal ribbon
  • Constable Karen MacDonald – Avon and Somerset Constabulary
  • Constable Keith Openshaw – Avon and Somerset Constabulary
  • Detective Chief Inspector David Shipperlee – British Transport Police
  • Detective Chief Superintendent Kenneth Stewart – City of London Police
  • Chief Constable Michael Barton – Durham Constabulary
  • Deputy Chief Constable Derek Benson – Essex Police
  • Assistant Chief Constable Steven Anthony Heywood – Greater Manchester Police
  • Chief Superintendent Kevin Mulligan – Greater Manchester Police
  • Chief Constable Jeffery John Farrar – Gwent Police
  • Assistant Chief Constable Alison Roome-Gifford – Hertfordshire Constabulary
  • Assistant Chief Constable Andrew James Cooke – Merseyside Police
  • Deputy Assistant Commissioner Martin James Hewitt – Metropolitan Police Service
  • Constable Robert Brown – Metropolitan Police Service
  • Constable John Keen – Metropolitan Police Service
  • Constable Gaynor Grout – Surrey Police
  • Detective Chief Superintendent Brendan O'Dowda – Thames Valley Police
  • Assistant Chief Constable Sharon Rowe – West Midlands Police
  • Constable Robert Bowman – West Yorkshire Police

Queen's Fire Service Medal (QFSM)

Queens Fire Service Medal UK
Queen's Fire Medal ribbon
  • Paul David Rower Hancock – chief fire officerCheshire Fire & Rescue Service.
  • Jonathan Geoffrey Hall – chief fire officerGloucestershire Fire & Rescue Service.
  • Mark Stewart Jones – chief fire officer, Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service.
  • Richard Geoffrey Lawrence – Deputy chief fire officer, Hereford & Worcester Fire and Rescue Service.

Queen's Ambulance Service Medal (QAM)

Queens Ambulance Service Medal
Queen's Ambulance Service Medal ribbon
  • Andrew Newton, Director of Clinical Operations and Consultant Paramedic, South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust.
  • Clifford Ward, Events Manager, East Midlands Ambulance Service.
  • Robert 'Frank' Francis Orr, Ambulance Service Area Manager, Northern Ireland Ambulance Service.

Queen's Volunteer Reserves Medal (QVRM)

Queen's Volunteer Reserves Medal Ribbon 100px
Queen's Volunteer Reserves Medal ribbon
  • Staff Sergeant Yvonne Cooper, Adjutant General's Corps (Staff and Personnel Support Branch) Army Reserve
  • Major Alexander John Finnen, MBE, Intelligence Corps Army Reserve
  • Warrant Officer Class 2 Anthony Moorcroft, The Royal Logistic Corps Army Reserve
  • Major Michael Sean Scott-Hyde, The Rifles Army Reserve
  • Squadron Leader Jeffrey William Metcalfe, Royal Auxiliary Air Force

Overseas Territories Police Medal

UK Colonial Police Medal for Meritorious Service ribbon bar
Overseas Territories Police Medal ribbon

Promotions

Australia

The Queen's Birthday Honours 2014 for Australia were announced on 9 June 2014.

Barbados

Most Excellent Order of the British Empire

Commander of the Order of the British Empire

  • David Walter Bowden, For public service.
  • Doctor Marjorie Patricia Downes-Grant, For services to the Financial Sector
  • Lionel Livingstone Nurse, For public service

Officer of the Order of the British Empire

  • Bertie Anderson Hinds, For his services to the Royal Barbados Police Force
  • Patricia Angela, Mrs. Layne, For services as the Private Secretary to successive Governors-General and Acting Governor-General of Barbados
  • Doctor Adrian St.Clair Harcourt Lorde, For services to Sport-Medicine

Member of the Order of the British Empire

  • Desmond Anthony Browne, For services to Education
  • Julian Ernest Chetvynde Rogers, For services to Broadcasting
  • Carson St. Elmon Small, For services to the community

Grenada

Most Excellent Order of the British Empire

Commander of the Order of the British Empire

  • Jean Augustine, For services to Education and Politics

Officer of the Order of the British Empire

  • Russel Fielden, For services to the Tourism Industry
  • Ann Hopkin, For services to Nursing

Member of the Order of the British Empire

  • Jean Griffiths, For services to the community and to the Sickle Cell Association
  • Vincent Morain, For services to Education and to community development
  • Francis Redhead, For services to Culture

British Empire Medal

  • Maureen Charles, For services to the community and to the Dorothy Hopkin Home
  • Wilfred Harris, For services to the community
  • Peggy Nesfield, For services to the community
  • Christopher Peterikn, For public service

Guernsey

Most Excellent Order of the British Empire

Officer of the Order of the British Empire

  • Doctor John Glyn Allen, For charitable work in Guernsey and overseas

Member of the Order of the British Empire

  • Doctor Gregory Stevens Cox, For services to the history and culture of Guernsey

British Empire Medal

  • Joan Marion Ozanne, For services to the community and to the Arts in Guernsey

Isle of Man

Most Excellent Order of the British Empire

Member of the Order of the British Empire

  • Timothy William Brian Culles, For services to International Financial Management
  • Pamela Joyce Shimwell-Mayo, For services to Parkinson's Disease

British Empire Medal

  • Judith Aronold, For services to CRUSE Bereavement Care, Isle of Man

Jersey

Most Excellent Order of the British Empire

Officer of the Order of the British Empire

  • Michael Nelson de la Haye, For services to the States of Jersey Assembly (the Parliament), and to the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association.

Member of the Order of the British Empire

  • Monsignor Nicholas John France, For services to the Catholic and faith communities and ethnic groups in Jersey
  • Derrick Ivor Frigot, For services to Agriculture, particularly the Jersey Breed of Cattle

British Empire Medal

  • Jane Martinez Werrin, For services to charity, particularly Jersey Hospice Care and Holiday for Heroes

Papua New Guinea

Knight Bachelor

  • Toami Kulunga, OBE QPM, Senior Officer, Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary and currently Police Commissioner

Most Distinguished Order of St Michael and St George

Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George

  • The Honourable Nicolas Robert Pakek Kirriwom, Judge of the National and Supreme Courts; for services to the judiciary and to the legal profession
  • The Honourable John Pundari, MP, For services to the community as Member of the National Parliament, Speaker and Deputy Prime Minister, and currently as Environment Minister

Most Excellent Order of the British Empire

Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire

Commander of the Order of the British Empire

Civil
  • The Honourable Ambeng Kandakasi, Judge of the National and Supreme Courts; for services to the judiciary and to the legal profession
  • Mick Nades, MBE, For services to cricket, professional training and to the Institute of Business Management
  • Andrew Dallas Sterns, OBE QPM, Senior Officer, Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary
Military
  • Brigadier General Gilbert Toropo, MBE, Commander, Papua New Guinea Defence Force
  • Captain (N) Alois Ur Tom, OBE, Papua New Guinea Defence Force

Officer of the Order of the British Empire

Civil
  • Rowan Callick, For services to the Anglican Church, to journalism and to the education of national journalists
  • Doctor Athithan Chelvanathan, For services to healthcare, Aerospace Medicine, and Air Niugini
  • Paul Coleman, For services to commerce, the mining sector and to charities
  • Rio Fiocco, For services to the legal profession and to the community
  • Doctor Sibona Kopi, For services to the Central Province community, Education and to the Divine Word University
  • Audrey Michael, For services to healthcare and to medical research
  • Roy Harry Mumu, For public service in the areas of aviation, maritime and land transport
  • Ray Paul, For public service in taxation and customs
  • The Honourable Titus Philemon, MP, For services to the community as a Regional Member of the National Parliament and Governor of Milne Bay Province
  • Wilson Penias Sagati, For services to the National Civil Aviation Safety Authority
  • Kevin Smith, For services to the print media and to the community
  • Doctor Amyna Sultan, For services to medicine, healthcare and to eye surgery
  • Milo Timini, For services to the community and to politics
  • Francis Nekemki Tokura, MBE QPM, Senior Officer, Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary
Military
  • Colonel Mark Goina, MBE, Papua New Guinea Defence Force

Member of the Order of the British Empire

Civil
  • Joe Aglua, For public service
  • Bob Bennett, For services to Rugby League in Papua New Guinea
  • Mathew Damaru. For services to the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary
  • Sister Cecily Daot, For services to the Catholic Church
  • Thomas Eluh, QPM, For services to the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary
  • Elizabeth Helali, For public service
  • The Reverend Clarence Kapali, For services to the community and to the United Church
  • Wesi Kerak, For services to healthcare
  • Peni Benjamin Keris, For services to District and village Courts.
  • Rachel Miate Leslie, For public service
  • Ishmel Libitino, For public service in Forestry Management and Conservation
  • Wabia Mara, For services to local government
  • Lata Daya Milner, For services to the legal profession and to charities
  • Albert Toro Morokea, For services to the television and film industry
  • Monica Munulai, For services to the Public Curator's Office
  • Timothy Papaki, For services to education
  • Esther Sapulai, For services to Air Niugini
  • The Reverend David Mesulam Sikar, For services to the United Church
  • Charles Kopiou Siniu, For public service
  • Doctor Benjamin Tahiza, For services to healthcare
  • Tumbi Takayu, For services to the community
  • Elizabeth Tau, For public service
  • Benjamin Taupa, For services to Forestry Management
  • victor Dandaya Wayaga, For services to education
  • Monica Yibmaramba, For public service
Military
  • Lieutenant Colonel venua vince Gabina, Papua New Guinea Defence Force
  • Lieutenant Colonel Mark Sipou, Papua New Guinea Defence Force
  • Commander Clement Tele, formerly Papua New Guinea Defence Force

British Empire Medal

Civil
  • Nathaniel Aminio, For services to the Catholic Church
  • Olga APELIS, For services to the airline industry
  • Elsie Berobero, For services to the Police Force
  • Pius Poksi Buamon, For services to the community
  • Konio Dai, For public service
  • Tom Tom Daure, For services to the United Church
  • Walkaima Essy, For services to education
  • Hillary Ganara, For services to village courts
  • Humphrey Gitbia, For services to village courts
  • Tido Gulup, For services to the community
  • Ari Heai, For public service
  • Noel Kaisa, For public service
  • Dominic Kakas, For services to the Police Force
  • Maria Kalpe, For services to rural healthcare
  • Ulduepe Kewa, For services to the Evangelical Lutheran Church
  • Rebecca Wera Kumai, For services to the community
  • Peter Mox Landimi, For services to the community
  • Esther Levo, For services to the Police Force
  • Mary Maraga, For public service
  • Navu Mititi, For services to the airline industry
  • Nelson Mongea, For services to the Police Force
  • Nilki Nebabe, For services to the community
  • Andrew Sane Pekul, For services to the community
  • Claire Rambu, For services to the Police Force
  • Luke Param Saipera, For services to the community
  • Frank Sandu, For services to rural healthcare
  • Michael Huana Sirafe, For services to the community
  • Isaac Kamong Telue, For public service
  • Peter Tupa, For services to the Police Force
  • John Apa Wagluo, For services to the Correctional Service
  • John Wak Wamuna, For services to education
  • Merick Wandipe, For services to rural healthcare
  • Margaret Wera, For services to community healthcare
  • Abraham Winura, For services to village courts
  • Miriam Yangen, For public service
  • Gobe Yuli, For services to education
Military
  • Warrant Officer (N) Raphael Bowie, Papua New Guinea Defence Force
  • chief warrant officerWaeya Busi, Papua New Guinea Defence Force
  • Warrant Officer Simon Harembe, Papua New Guinea Defence Force
  • Warrant Officer (N) Pousai Sei, Papua New Guinea Defence Force
  • chief warrant officerDonald Yalom, Papua New Guinea Defence Force

Queen's Police Medal

  • Chief Superintendent John Maru, Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary
  • Superintendent Ndrando Perou, Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary
  • Superintendent Johannes Yapi, Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary

Solomon Islands

Most Distinguished Order of St Michael and St George

Knight Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George

  • Doctor Nathan Kere, For services to medicine and to the community

Most Excellent Order of the British Empire

Commander of the Order of the British Empire

  • Father Fred Peter Seda, For services to the Church, to commerce and to the community
  • Robert Sisilo, For Diplomatic Service and Community Development

Member of the Order of the British Empire

  • Onoto'ona Riringa, For services to the Government in the Accounts Cadre and the Treasury Division

British Empire Medal

  • John Kukuti, For services to commerce and to Community Development
  • The Reverend Timothy Rex Laesanau, For services to the Government in the fields of education, the Church and the community
  • Mostyn Mangau, For services to Policing and to the community
  • Harry Raynolds, For services to teaching and to the community
  • Fisher Rongiofo, For services to teaching and to the community
  • Alice Dingarii Watoto, For services to nursing and to the community
  • Tim Mung Wong, For services to commerce

Queen's Police Medal

  • James Maelanga, For services to Policing and to Community Development
  • Anika Nausi, For services to Policing and to Community Development

Saint Lucia

Most Excellent Order of the British Empire

Commander of the Order of the British Empire

  • Kenneth Augustin Hermas Foster, For services to Politics, the Law and the community

Officer of the Order of the British Empire

  • Ronald Eshwardeen Ramjattan, For services to business
  • Thomas Raynold Walcott, For services to engineering, politics and the public sector

Member of the Order of the British Empire

  • Evans Calderon, For services to politics and the Law
  • Winall Forbes Joshua, For services to the public and the community
  • Bishnunarine Tulstie, For public service
  • Fidelis Williams, For public service

British Empire Medal

  • Hugh Perry Breustraal, For services to sport
  • Mary vianney Jn Pierre, For services to early childhood education

Belize

Knight Bachelor

Order of the British Empire

Commander of the Order of the British Empire

  • Dr. Ellsworth R. Grant – For services to medicine

Member of the Order of the British Empire

  • Pat Andrews – For services to the community and to banking.
  • Stephen A. Duncan – For services to the community and to banking.
  • Crystal Yvonne Vernon – For services to the community.
  • Francis Paul Woods – For services to the community and to business.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Birthday Honours lists 2014". Honours. Government of the United Kingdom: HM Government. 14 June 2014. Retrieved 14 June 2014.
  2. ^ "Honorary British Awards to Foreign Nationals – 2014". Honours. Government of the United Kingdom: Foreign & Commonwealth Office. 14 June 2014. Retrieved 14 June 2014.
  3. ^ "Angelina Jolie receives honorary damehood". BBC News. 10 October 2014. Retrieved 29 March 2016. The Girl, Interrupted and Maleficent actress was recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours earlier this year.
  4. ^ "Supplement to the London Gazette – Birthday Honours – PAPUA NEW GUINEA" (PDF). The London Gazette. Government of the United Kingdom. 14 June 2014. Retrieved 27 April 2016.
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Sir William Nigel Paul Cash (born 10 May 1940) is a British Conservative politician and Member of Parliament for Stone in Staffordshire. Cash is a prominent Eurosceptic in the House of Commons.

Cash was the founder of the Maastricht Referendum Campaign in the early 1990s, and is now the elected Chair of the House of Commons' European Scrutiny Committee. He has also served as a vice president of the eurosceptic pressure group Conservatives for Britain, and is one of the strongest critics of the European Union from the Conservative Party. He is in favour of the no-deal option for Britain leaving the European Union.

He was appointed a Knight Bachelor in the 2014 Birthday Honours for political services.

Charlie Bean (economist)

Sir Charles Richard Bean (born 16 September 1953) is a British economist and was Deputy Governor for Monetary Policy at the Bank of England from 1 July 2008 until 30 June 2014. From 2000 to 2008, he served as Chief Economist at the Bank.

Bean attended Brentwood School and Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and was a contemporary of the comedian Griff Rhys Jones at both and the writer, Douglas Adams, and the MP Fabian Hamilton at Brentwood School. He gained his Ph.D. at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1981 with a thesis titled Essays in unemployment and economic activity under the supervision of Robert Solow. In 1990 he was visiting Professor at Stanford University in 1990, and then a lecturer at the London School of Economics, becoming a professor in 1990 and head of the Economics Department in 1999.

He has published articles on European unemployment, the Economic and Monetary Union, and on macroeconomics generally. He was Managing Editor of the Review of Economic Studies from 1986 to 1990. Bean has also served in a variety of public policy roles, such as consultant to Her Majesty's Treasury and as special adviser to both the Treasury Committee of the House of Commons and to the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee of the European Parliament. He was a special adviser to the House of Lords enquiry into the European Central Bank.

He was knighted in the 2014 Birthday Honours for services to monetary policy and central banking.

Charlotte Evans

Charlotte Evans MBE (born 29 March 1991) is a British skier, sighted guide and Paralympian. She is from Chatham in Kent, and attended Rochester Grammar School and then MidKent College. She started skiing as a child at the Chatham Ski Centre, a dry ski slope, moving on to snow at the age of 14.At the 2014 Winter Paralympic Games, as guide for visually impaired skier Kelly Gallagher, she won gold in the women's Super-G. She was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2014 Birthday Honours for services to Paralympic sport.

Colin Jones (historian)

Colin David Hugh Jones (born December 12 1947 is a British historian of France and professor of history at Queen Mary University of London.

Jones attended Hampton Grammar School. He then studied at Jesus College, Oxford, 1967–71, where he obtained a first-class honours degree in modern history and modern languages (French) and St Antony's College, Oxford from where he obtained his D.Phil (Doctoral Thesis) in 1978.

He began working as a temporary lecturer in history at Newcastle University, 1972–73 before moving on to the University of Exeter, where he remained until 1995. He was then appointed professor of history in the History Department of the University of Warwick, where he stayed until 2006.

He is known especially for his important history of Paris, Paris, Biography of a City, which won the Enid MacLeod Prize of the Franco-British Society as the book published in 2004 which contributed most to Anglo-French understanding.

Jones was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2014 Birthday Honours for services to historical research and higher education.

Dawn Primarolo

Dawn Primarolo, Baroness Primarolo, (born 2 May 1954) is a British Labour Party politician who was the Member of Parliament for Bristol South from 1987 until 2015, when she stood down. She was Minister of State for Children, Young People and Families at the Department for Children, Schools and Families from June 2009 to May 2010 and a Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons from 2010. She was appointed Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE) in the 2014 Birthday Honours for political service. She was nominated for a life peerage in the 2015 Dissolution Honours.

Denise Lievesley

Denise Anne Lievesley, is a British social statistician. She has formerly been Chief Executive of the English Information Centre for Health and Social Care, Director of Statistics at UNESCO, in which capacity she founded the UNESCO Institute for Statistics, and Director (1991-1997) of what is now the UK Data Archive (known as the ESRC Data Archive and as the Data Archive during her tenure).

While Director of the Data Archive, Lievesley held the position of Professor of Research Methods at the University of Essex. She has served as a United Nations Special Adviser on Statistics, stationed in Addis Ababa.She served as President of the Royal Statistical Society from 1999 to 2001, and has been President of the International Statistical Institute (2007–2009) and the International Association for Official Statistics (1995-1997). She was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2014 Birthday Honours for services to social science.In 2015 she was elected as Principal of Green Templeton College, Oxford, and took office on 1 October 2015, in succession to the late Sir David Watson.She is an Honorary Fellow of St Edmund's College, Cambridge.

Elizabeth Filkin

Elizabeth Jill Filkin CBE (born 24 November 1940) is a British public functionary and former civil servant. She was the United Kingdom's Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards between February 1999 and 2002.

Born in Keynsham, Somerset, Filkin studied at Clifton High School in Bristol and Birmingham University, where she was awarded LLB in Law in 1973. She started her career as a lecturer and community worker at the National Institute for Social Work between 1968 and 1971. She then worked as community work services officer in the London Borough of Brent (1971–75); lecturer in social studies at the University of Liverpool (1975–83); chief executive, then director of community services at the National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux (1983–90); assistant chief executive, then revenue adjudicator at the London Docklands Development Corporation (1990–1995); and adjudicator at the Inland Revenue, Customs and Excise and Contributions Agency (1995–99) before becoming Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards in February 1999.

Her departure was controversial, with some claiming she was ousted because high-profile MPs found her investigations inconvenient. Many considered she had performed well and should not have had to reapply for the role when her three-year contract came up for renewal.On 18 July 2011, it was announced that Elizabeth Filkin would lead an inquiry related to the News International phone hacking scandal which would "recommend changes to links between the police and the media, including how to extend transparency." The report of the inquiry was published at the beginning of 2012.Filkin was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2014 Birthday Honours for public service.

Erica Pienaar

Dame Erica Christine Pienaar, DBE FRSA (born 20 March 1952) is a South African-born British schoolteacher and educationist. She served as Executive Head Teacher of the Leathersellers' Federation of Schools until September 2013. She was also a director of James Allen's Girls' School.

She came to the UK at age three in 1955 with her parents and elder sister when her family emigrated from South Africa. She was educated at Rockmount Primary School, South Norwood, Coloma Convent Grammar School for Girls, and Goldsmiths, University of London (BA). She holds an MBA. She began her teaching career in 1973 and taught for 40 years in South East London. She was Head Teacher of Prendergast Hilly Fields College from 1998 to 2008. As of September 2009, Prendergast School became Prendergast Hilly Fields College, having become part of a Federation with the Crofton School, now known as Prendergast Ladywell Fields College; Prendergast Vale College joined the federation in 2011.

She was made a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire in the 2014 Birthday Honours.

Frederick Smith, 2nd Earl of Birkenhead

Frederick Winston Furneaux Smith, 2nd Earl of Birkenhead (7 December 1907 – 10 June 1975) was a British historian. He is best known for writing a controversial biography of Rudyard Kipling that was suppressed by the Kipling family for many years, and which he never lived to see in print. The son of F. E. Smith, 1st Earl of Birkenhead, he was known as Viscount Furneaux from 1922, when his father, then 1st Viscount Birkenhead, was created Earl of Birkenhead. Lord Furneaux was educated at Eton and Christ Church, Oxford and inherited his father's peerages in 1930.In 1935 he married The Hon Sheila Berry (1913-1992), second daughter of the 1st Viscount Camrose. The couple had a son, Frederick William Robin Smith, 3rd Earl of Birkenhead, in 1936 and a daughter, Lady Juliet Margaret Smith (later Lady Juliet Townsend), in 1941. Lady Juliet served as Lady in Waiting to Princess Margaret from 1965 to 2002; her daughter Eleanor Townsend is a god-child of the Princess. Lady Juliet was made a Dame Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (DCVO) in the 2014 Birthday Honours having previously received the LVO in 1981 and was Lord Lieutenant of Northamptonshire from 1998 to 2014. She died on 29 November 2014.For the first three years of the Second War, Lord Birkenhead served with a Territorial Army Anti-Tank unit. Following a course at the Staff College, Camberley, Major 'Freddy' Birkenhead was assigned to the Foreign Office's Political Intelligence Department, popularly known as the Political Warfare Executive, or PWE for short. He saw action in Croatia, as second-in-command of a sub-mission headed by Randolph Churchill, under Brigadier Fitzroy Maclean's 37th Military Mission, which included Evelyn Waugh. As a result, he plays a prominent role in Waugh's diaries.

Lord Birkenhead served as Parliamentary Private Secretary to Lord Halifax (1938–39), and as Lord-in-waiting to King George VI (1938–40 and 1951–52) and Queen Elizabeth II (1952–55).

Gilbert Toropo

Brigadier General Gilbert Toropo CBE is a Papua New Guinean Army officer who is the current Commander of the Papua New Guinea Defence Force (PNGDF).

Toropo was born in the Southern Highlands Province. During his career in the PNGDF's Land Element, he commanded the 1st Battalion of the Royal Pacific Islands Regiment as well as the PNGDF's joint task force, and was promoted to the rank of colonel in 2012. During 2007 he undertook a year-long training course at the Australian Defence Force's Centre for Defence and Strategic Studies in Canberra.Toropo was announced as the commander of the PNGDF on 9 January 2014, replacing Brigadier General Francis Agwi who had reached the end of his period in the office. At the time he was 51 years of age. Toropo was sworn into his new role on 31 January 2014.Already a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE), Toropo was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2014 Birthday Honours.

Jenny Gunn

Jennifer Louise Gunn, (born 9 May 1986), known as Jenny Gunn, is an English cricketer and a member of the current England women's team. A medium-pace bowler and lower-middle-order batsman, she is the daughter of former Nottingham Forest player Bryn Gunn. She plays for Nottinghamshire and Western Australia and made her Test debut at 17 against New Zealand at Scarborough in 2004. She also plays for Ransome & Marles CC, Newark, Nottinghamshire. A late injury forced her out of the Women's World Cup final in Sydney in 2009 but she was at the crease when England defeated New Zealand in the Twenty/20 World Championship final at Lords.

She was vice-captain of the England side that beat Australia in the female version of the Ashes in 2013 and 2013-4. She was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2014 Birthday Honours for services to cricket.She is the holder of one of the first tranche of 18 ECB central contracts for women players, which were announced in April 2014. She signed Warwickshire for 2016 Women's County Championship.Gunn was a member of the winning women's team at the 2017 Women's Cricket World Cup held in England.In March 2018, during the 2018 Women's T20I Tri Nations Series in India, Gunn became the first cricketer, male or female, to play in 100 T20 International matches.In October 2018, she was named in England's squad for the 2018 ICC Women's World Twenty20 tournament in the West Indies.In February 2019, she was awarded a full central contract by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) for 2019. In June 2019, the ECB named her in England's squad for their opening match against Australia to contest the Women's Ashes.

Lesley Page

Professor Lesley Ann Page CBE, MSc, BA, RM, RMT (born 1944) is a British midwife and academic, and is President of the Royal College of Midwives.

Page qualified in midwifery at the Simpson Memorial Maternity Pavilion, Edinburgh, in 1966.From 1994 to 2000 she was the Queen Charlotte's Professor of Midwifery Practice, joint at Thames Valley University and Queen Charlotte's and Hammersmith Hospitals.From 1994 to 1998 held the post of visiting professor at the Institute of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, the Royal Postgraduate Medical School, University of London. She has also been a visiting professor at the University of Sydney and University of Technology Sydney, and a clinical professor at the University of British Columbia.

She was elected President of the Royal College of Midwives in 2012.She was made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2014 Birthday Honours, "For services to Midwifery".

Mike Deegan

Sir Mike Deegan, CBE has been Chief Executive of Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust since 2001. He was reckoned by the Health Service Journal to be the 54th most influential person in the English NHS in 2015.He was previously chief executive at Warrington Hospital and North Cheshire Hospitals NHS Trust.

He was made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire in the 2003 Birthday Honours and knighted in the 2014 Birthday Honours.

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