The recipients of honours are displayed as they were styled before their new honour. They are 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 by divisions, i.e. Civil, Diplomatic and Military as appropriate.
Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of the United Kingdom with honours within her own gift, and with the advice of the Government for other honours.
Janet Mary Vitmayer, CBE. Lately Chief Executive and Director, Horniman Museum. For services to Museums and Diversity.
Reverend Dr Ralph Waller. Lately Principal, Harris Manchester College, University of Oxford, and Pro Vice-Chancellor, University of Oxford. For services to Education.
Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)
Captain Michael Bruce Knott, RN.
Colonel Michael Edward George Caldicott, MBE.
Colonel John Etherington, OBE.
Brigadier Simon Peter Hamilton, OBE.
Acting Brigadier Michael Robert Keating.
Colonel Francis Alexander James Piggott, OBE.
Group Captain Andrew David Green.
Air Commodore Richard Hill.
Dr Thomas Ades. Composer, Pianist and Conductor. For services to Music.
Kathryn Adie, OBE. Journalist and Radio Presenter. For services to Media.
Professor Bashir Mohammed Ali Al-Hashimi. Professor of Computer Engineering, University of Southampton. For services to Computer Engineering and Industry.
Barbara Pettigrew. Allison Director, Communications, Ministerial Support and Facilities, Scottish Government. For public service.
Robert John Ayling. Lately Chairman of the Board, HM Courts and Tribunals Service. For public service.
Professor Jaswinder Singh Bamrah. Consultant Psychiatrist, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Trust and Honorary Reader, University of Manchester. For services to Mental Health, Diversity and the NHS.
Alexander Hugh McCormack Begbie. Chief People Officer, Standard Life. For services to Business and Social Inclusion.
Caroline Brazier. Chief Librarian, British Library. For services to Librarianship and Higher Education.
Iro Pae Puna - For services to the public service and to the community.
British Empire Medal (BEM)
Rima Lizzie David - For services to the public service and to the community.
Vainepoto Makita - For services to business and to the community.
Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of The Bahamas with honours within her own gift, and with the advice of the Government for other honours.
British Empire Medal
Bennett Minnis - For services to business and to the community.
Captain Vernon Ritchie - For services to business and to the community.
Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of Grenada with honours within her own gift, and with the advice of the Government for other honours.
Order of the British Empire
Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)
Leslie Ramdhanny - For services to business and to the community.
Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)
Madonna Harford - For services to Trade Unionism.
Wayne Horsford - For services to education.
British Empire Medal (BEM)
Peter Bain - For services to culture.
Denise Williams - For services to sport.
Papua New Guinea
Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of Papua New Guinea with honours within her own gift, and with the advice of the Government for other honours.
Christopher Charles Abel - For services to the community through supporting rural agriculture extension and to citizen participation in business activity.
Melchior Pesa Togolo - For service to economic development, particularly in the mining and petroleum sectors and to the community.
Order of St Michael and St George
Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG)
Nora Vagi Brash, OBE - For service to the community through active promotion of local culture and heritage in her roles as author, playwright and poet.
The Honourable Michael Buku Nali, CBE - For services to commerce, to politics and to the community as Member of National Parliament and former Deputy Prime Minister.
Order of the British Empire
Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)
Colonel Paul Mai, OBE - For distinguished service to the Papua New Guinea Defence Force.
Colonel Raymond Numa, MBE, DMS - For distinguished service to the Papua New Guinea Defence Force.
Lucy Blanche-Lee Badina Bogari, ISO, High Commissioner to Fiji - For distinguished public service through her senior roles in the nation's foreign service.
The Honourable Mike Reynolds, AM - For promoting relations between Queensland and Papua New Guinea, including as Mayor of Townsville and as Patron of YWAM Medical Ships Programme.
Barry James Tan - For services to commerce, to sport and to charitable causes.
The Honourable Justin Tkatchenka, BEM, OL - For services to the community, particularly in the National Capital District, and to sports and major events in his role as Minister for Lands & Physical Planning and APEC 2018.
Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)
Gregory Robert Anderson - For services to the community and commerce in the mining and petroleum sectors.
Ian Chatfield Clarke - For services to the legal profession and to the business community.
The Reverend Father Philip Gibbs - For services to the Enga Province community and to the Catholic Church.
Samson Kaipu - For service to law, to higher education and to the community.
Baundo Ludwik Kir - For service to the community of Simbu Province.
Margaret Erik Korai - For service to women's participation in agribusiness.
Susan Patricia McGrade - For services to commerce and to the community of Rabaul.
Stephen Pokanis - For public service in the Correctional Service.
Alurigo Ravusiro - For public service, community and sport.
Michael Varapik - For service to corporate governance and to the community.
The Reverend Binora Yunarec - For service to the community and to the Evangelical Lutheran Church.
Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)
Lieutenant Colonel Tau Rupa - For service to the Papua New Guinea Defence Force.
Lieutenant Colonel Ricky Tavaperry - For service to the Papua New Guinea Defence Force.
Lieutenant Colonel Kingsley Wawada - For service to the Papua New Guinea Defence Force.
George Ariku - For services to education and to the community.
Eddie Mariosu Avosa - For service to the Gulf provincial administration.
Anthony Paul Carbry - For service to business management and to sport.
Morivetta Eka - For diplomatic service and to the community.
Philip Fae Eka - For public service in the Correctional Service.
Basil Morehari Gregg - For service to traditional music and to culture.
William Rauwal Gwaiseuk - For public service in agriculture.
Tony Yalomo Hobiagi - For service to rural smallholder farmers.
Peter Iggy - For service to business and to the community.
Mame Kinahen Kasalau - For public service.
Babau Dinabe Keru - For service to the United Church Tatana women fellowship.
Elizabeth Konmil - For service to the community and to women's development.
Joshua Maiyap - For service to the community and religion.
Mariana Maru - For service to the Assemblies of God Church.
Craig Douglas McCpnaghy - For service to rural development and to the community.
Ranyia Mesaka - For service to rural administration and to the community.
Upu Kila Navu - For service to sport, particularly Hobie Cat sailing.
Emmanuel Pilai - For service to education and to aviation.
Henry Koiaie Pisimi - For service to education and to the community.
Peter Philemon Pokowas - For service to Air Niugini and to sport.
Kini Rema - For service to education and to women's development.
Joshua Uvau - For public service.
John Mark Vellacott - For services to commerce and to humanitarian endeavours.
Jerry Peter Yarl - For service to education and to the community.
Kai Chuen Yee - For service to the Police Force.
Imperial Service Order (ISO)
Nicks Sasingian Maniha - For public service.
Barbara Mimino - For public service.
British Empire Medal (BEM)
Warrant Officer (Navy) John Bade - For service to the Papua New Guinea Defence Force.
Sergeant Kale Ekol - For service to the Papua New Guinea Defence Force.
Sergeant Alex Gini - For service to the Papua New Guinea Defence Force.
Chief Warrant Officer Balthazar Saviembi - For service to the Papua New Guinea Defence Force.
Warrant Officer (Army) Moses Waradu - For service to the Papua New Guinea Defence Force.
Elizabeth Koite Aihi - For public service.
Edward Alua - For services to the community.
Lelly Biyang - For services to the Police Force.
Ruth Miro Daingo - For services to Air Niugini.
Mare Erima - For services to law and to justice.
Moses Erowal - For services to the community.
Hiri Evoe - For services to the community.
Steven Tuperi Gija - For services to education.
Amos Goronsin - For services to the community.
Heroho Hilake - For public service.
Kari Ken Hira - For public service.
Tau Hovaro - For services to the community.
Japhet Kaiae Itau'pe - For public service.
Veari KAPI. For public service.
Navai Seth Kevari - For public service.
Bafua Kobati - For services to the community.
Soweyom Kon - For services to the community.
Jane Mumure Kware - For services to the Police Force.
Wandibe Mobe - For services to the community.
Nancy Eunage Neantele - For services to the Police Force.
Martha Nola Nero - For services to healthcare.
To’oro Oa - For public service.
Henry Ori Ori - For services to the community.
Stonewigg Orovo - For services to the community.
Ragagalo Raga - For public service.
Rupa Ray Raraimo - For public service.
Ruth Sireh - For services to education.
Nehap Soal - For services to the community.
Alexis Samuel Tam - For services to entrepreneurial training.
Christine Madeline Temu - For services to the aviation industry.
Emile Tenoa - For services to journalism and to radio broadcasting.
The Reverend Frank Tiproa - For services to the Evangelical Lutheran Church.
The 2018 Queen's Birthday Honours in New Zealand, celebrating the official birthday of Queen Elizabeth II, were appointments made by the Queen in her right as Queen of New Zealand, on the advice of the New Zealand government, to various orders and honours to reward and highlight good works by New Zealanders. They were announced on 4 June 2018.The recipients of honours are displayed here as they were styled before their new honour.
Sir Brian Gammell Ivory, CVO, CBE, FRSE, FRSA (born 10 April 1949) is a Scottish business executive, accountant and arts administrator.Ivory graduated from the University of Cambridge with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1971, and qualified as a chartered accountant in 1975. He became a director of The Highland Distilleries Company in 1978, managing director ten years later, chief executive in 1994 and executive chairman in 1997 (serving until 1999). He has also been executive chairman of Macallan-Glenlivet (1996–99) and Scottish American Investment Company (2001–16), and has been a director several companies, including Rémy Cointreau, the Bank of Scotland and HBOS. Outside of business, Ivory has involved himself in the administration of a number of arts organisations; he was the vice-chairman of the Scottish Arts Council between 1988 and 1992, chairman of the trustees of the National Galleries of Scotland from 2001 to 2009, and is a former chairman of the trustees of Dumfries House Trust. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in 1993 and Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh in 2001. He was also appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire in 1999, a Knight Bachelor in 2006, and a Commander of the Royal Victorian Order in the 2018 Birthday Honours.
Professor Sir Chris Ham (born 15 May 1951), CBE is a health policy academic who started life as a political scientist. He was chief executive of the King's Fund from 2010 to 2018. He was professor of health policy and management at University of Birmingham's health services management centre from 1992 to 2010. He was seconded to the Department of Health where he was Director of the Strategy Unit working with Alan Milburn and John Reid until 2004.He was said to be "unrivalled in his ability to distil and synthesise complex policy developments and present them in a clear and digestible manner for non-specialists" in 1999. He is frequently called upon to chair large conferences on health policy in England.
He was said by the Health Service Journal to be the 38th most powerful person in the English NHS in December 2013.In the June 2018 Birthday Honours he was appointed a CBE for his services.
He was appointed as independent chair of the Coventry and Warwickshire sustainability and transformation partnership in January 2019.
David William Kinloch Anderson, Baron Anderson of Ipswich, (born 5 July 1961) is a British barrister and life peer, who was the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation in the United Kingdom between 2011 and 2017. On 8 June 2018 it was announced that he would be introduced to the House of Lords as a cross-bench (non-party) working peer. On the same day he was appointed a Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire (KBE), for services to national security and civil liberties, in the Queen's 2018 Birthday Honours. His full title, as recorded in the House of Lords (which reserves the prefix "Right Honourable" for members of the Privy Council) is "The Lord Anderson of Ipswich KBE, QC".
Dame Emma Thompson (born 15 April 1959) is an English actress, screenwriter, activist, author, and comedian. One of the UK's most acclaimed actresses, she often portrays enigmatic and matronly characters with a sense of wit, frequently in period dramas and literary adaptations. She is the recipient of various accolades, including two Academy Awards, a Primetime Emmy Award, three BAFTA Awards, and two Golden Globe Awards.
Born in London to English actor Eric Thompson and Scottish actress Phyllida Law, Thompson was educated at Newnham College, University of Cambridge, where she became a member of the Footlights troupe. After appearing in several comedy programmes, she came to prominence in 1987 in two BBC TV series, Tutti Frutti and Fortunes of War, winning the BAFTA TV Award for Best Actress for her work in both series. Her first film role was in the 1989 romantic comedy The Tall Guy. In the early 1990s, she often collaborated with her then-husband, actor and director Kenneth Branagh. The pair became popular in the British media and co-starred in several films, including Dead Again (1991) and Much Ado About Nothing (1993).
In 1992, Thompson won an Academy Award and a BAFTA Award for Best Actress for the period drama Howards End. In 1993, she garnered dual Academy Award nominations for her roles in The Remains of the Day as the housekeeper of a grand household and In the Name of the Father as a lawyer. Thompson scripted and starred in Sense and Sensibility (1995), which earned her numerous awards, including an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay, which makes her the only person to receive Academy Awards for both acting and writing, and a BAFTA Award for Best Actress. In 2013, she received acclaim and several award nominations for her portrayal of author P. L. Travers in Saving Mr. Banks. Other notable film and television credits include the Harry Potter film series (2004–2011), Wit (2001), Love Actually (2003), Angels in America (2003), Nanny McPhee (2005), Stranger than Fiction (2006), Last Chance Harvey (2008), Men in Black 3 (2012), Brave (2012), Beauty and the Beast (2017), Late Night (2019), and the BBC/HBO series Years and Years (2019).
Thompson is married to actor Greg Wise, with whom she lives in London. They have one daughter. She is an activist in the areas of human rights and environmentalism and has received criticism for her outspokenness. She has written two books adapted from The Tale of Peter Rabbit. She was appointed a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE) in the 2018 Birthday Honours by Elizabeth II for her services to drama.
Harold Owen "Gary" Wilmot, MBE (born 8 May 1954) is an English singer, actor, and comedian who rose to fame as a contestant on New Faces. As a television presenter, he is best known as the host of So You Want To Be Top and Showstoppers.
Wilmot was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2018 Birthday Honours for services to drama and charity.
Sir Ian Clark Wood, (born 21 July 1942) is a Scottish businessman and philanthropist. He is best known for his work in the North Sea oil industry with Wood Group, which he was largely responsible for transforming from a company of modest size, serving a primarily local market, to a large corporation with operations in over 50 countries. He served as Wood Group's chief executive from 1967 to 2006, and as chairman until 2012. Wood is one of Scotland's wealthiest people, with an estimated net worth of around £2.15 billion (2015).
In 2007, Wood and his immediate family set up The Wood Foundation – a venture philanthropy organisation.
Sir James Raymond Eadie, QC (born March 1962) is a British barrister. Since January 2009, he has served as the First Treasury Counsel (Common Law) or "Treasury Devil", the government's independent barrister on legal issues of national importance. In 2016 he represented the UK Government in the R (Miller and Dos Santos) v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union case.Eadie was born in March 1962 in Kensington, London, England. He attended Radley College and Magdalene College, Cambridge. He was called to the bar at Middle Temple in 1984 and took silk in 2008. He was appointed knight bachelor in the 2018 Birthday Honours List.
Jane Asher (born 1931) is a British Masters swimmer. During her career, Asher won over twenty gold medals at the FINA Masters World Championships and broke a hundred Masters records. She was inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame in 2006 and awarded the British Empire Medal at the 2018 Birthday Honours.
Keira Christina Knightley, (; born 26 March 1985) is an English actress. She is the recipient of an Empire Award and has been nominated for two BAFTA Awards, three Golden Globe Awards, and two Academy Awards.
Knightley began acting as a child on television and made her feature film debut in 1995, before making her breakthrough with the 2002 film Bend It Like Beckham. She began playing Elizabeth Swann in 2003 in the Pirates of the Caribbean film series, which led to global fame, and she received a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actress for starring as Elizabeth Bennet in Pride & Prejudice (2005). She subsequently became known for starring in several other period dramas, including Atonement (2007), The Duchess (2008), A Dangerous Method (2011), Anna Karenina (2012), and Colette (2018). She also received a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for portraying Joan Clarke in the historical drama The Imitation Game (2014). Her contemporary film roles were in the romantic comedy Begin Again (2013), the action thriller Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (2014), and the adventure film Everest (2015).
On stage, Knightley has appeared on the West End in Martin Crimp's 2009 production of The Misanthrope, which earned her a nomination for a Laurence Olivier Award. She also starred as the eponymous heroine in the 2015 Broadway production of Thérèse Raquin. She was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2018 Birthday Honours for services to drama and charity.
Lucinda Russell OBE (born 24 June 1966) is a Scottish horse trainer. She trained 2017 Grand National winner One For Arthur. She is the partner of the former National Hunt jockey Peter Scudamore. Russell was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire in the 2018 Birthday Honours.
Major-General Sir Martin Spencer White, KCVO, CB, CBE, CStJ (born 25 March 1944) is a senior British Army officer who has served as Lord Lieutenant of the Isle of Wight since 2006; he had previously been Vice-Lieutenant since 1999. He will be stepping down as Lord Lieutenant in March 2019.He was commissioned into the Royal Army Service Corps in 1964 and, among other units, he commanded the Logistic Support Group between 1987 and 1989 and the Force Maintenance Area during the Gulf War (1990–91); he was Director of Support for the Allied Land Forces Central Europe from 1993 to 1995 (he was also promoted to Major-General in 1993), and Director-General of Logistic Support for the British Army from 1995 to 1998. He also served as Colonel Commandant of the Royal Logistic Corps from 1998 to 2009, and has worked in advisory roles for various private sector companies since 1999. In 1991, he was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire, and seven years later a Companion of the Order of the Bath; in the 2018 Birthday Honours he was also appointed a Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order.
Dame Winifred Mary Beard, (born 1 January 1955) is an English scholar and classicist. The New Yorker characterises her as "learned but accessible".Beard is Professor of Classics at the University of Cambridge, a fellow of Newnham College, and Royal Academy of Arts Professor of Ancient Literature. She is the Classics editor of The Times Literary Supplement, where she also writes a regular blog, "A Don's Life". Her frequent media appearances and sometimes controversial public statements have led to her being described as "Britain's best-known classicist."Beard was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2013 New Year Honours and a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE) in the 2018 Birthday Honours for services to the study of classical
Brigadier Sir Melville Stewart Jameson, KCVO, CBE, CStJ (born 17 July 1944) is a senior British Army officer who has served as Lord Lieutenant of Perth and Kinross since 2006. He was commissioned into the Royal Scots Greys in 1964, commanded the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards between 1986 and 1988, was promoted to Colonel in 1990 and Brigadier in 1994, and commanded the 51st Highland Brigade between 1993 and 1996. He also served as Chief Executive of the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo between 1995 and 2007. In 1994, he was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire, and in the 2018 Birthday Honours he was appointed a Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order.
Patrick Derham OBE (born 23 August 1959) is a British History teacher and educationalist. From September 2014 he has been the Head Master of Westminster School, where he continues to teach in the classroom.He was previously Headmaster of Solihull School (1996-2001) and Rugby School (2001-2014), and also serves as a Trustee of Gladstone's LibraryHe was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in the 2018 Birthday Honours for services to Education.
Sharon Anne Moore MBE is the Chief Technology Officer for Public Sector at IBM in the United Kingdom and Ireland. She was appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2018 Birthday Honours.
Stacey Jaclyn Dooley (born 9 March 1987) is an English television presenter, journalist, documentary filmmaker, media personality, and author. She rose to prominence in 2008 when she appeared as a participant on Blood, Sweat and T-shirts. Since then, she has made social-issue-themed television documentaries for BBC Three concerning child labour and women in developing countries.Dooley has presented various television shows for BBC including Stacey Dooley Investigates (2009–present), Show Me What You're Made Of (2011–2017), Stacey Dooley In the USA (2012–2014), The Pets Factor (2017), and The One Show (2018–2019). She also won the sixteenth series of Strictly Come Dancing alongside dance partner Kevin Clifton. In February 2018, she published her debut book: Stacey Dooley, On the Front Line with the Women Who Fight Back.
Dooley was appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2018 Birthday Honours for services to broadcasting. She has also won a One World Media Award.
Edward Thomas Hardy (born 15 September 1977) is an English actor and producer. After studying acting at the Drama Centre London, he made his film debut in Ridley Scott's Black Hawk Down (2001) and has since appeared in such films as Star Trek: Nemesis (2002), RocknRolla (2008), Bronson (2008), Warrior (2011), Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011), Lawless (2012), Locke (2013), The Drop (2014), and The Revenant (2015), for which he received a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. In 2015, Hardy portrayed "Mad" Max Rockatansky in Mad Max: Fury Road and both Kray twins in Legend. He has appeared in three Christopher Nolan films: Inception (2010), The Dark Knight Rises (2012) as Bane, and Dunkirk (2017) as an RAF fighter-pilot. He starred as Eddie Brock / Venom in Marvel's antihero film Venom (2018).
Hardy's television roles include the HBO war drama miniseries Band of Brothers (2001), the BBC historical drama miniseries The Virgin Queen (2005), Bill Sikes in the BBC's miniseries Oliver Twist (2007), ITV's Wuthering Heights (2008), the Sky 1 drama series The Take (2009), and the BBC historical crime drama series Peaky Blinders (2013–17). He created, co-produced, and took the lead in the eight-part historical fiction series Taboo (2017) on BBC One and FX.Hardy has performed on both British and American stages. He was nominated for the Laurence Olivier Award for Most Promising Newcomer for his role as Skank in the production of In Arabia We'd All Be Kings (2003), and was awarded the 2003 London Evening Standard Theatre Award for Outstanding Newcomer for his performances in both In Arabia We'd All Be Kings and for his role as Luca in Blood. He starred in the production of The Man of Mode (2007) and received positive reviews for his role in the play The Long Red Road (2010).
Hardy is active in charity work and is an ambassador for the Prince's Trust. He was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in the 2018 Birthday Honours for services to drama.
Thomas Segun Ilube (born July 1963) is a British entrepreneur and educational philanthropist. He is ranked first in the Powerlist 2017, an annual listing of the UK's 100 most powerful people with African or Afro-Caribbean heritage.
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