2018 Birthday Honours

The 2018 Queen's Birthday Honours are 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 for the United Kingdom were announced on 9 June;[1] the honours for New Zealand were announced on 4 June and for Australia on 11 June.

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.

United Kingdom

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.[2]

Order of the Thistle

Knight Companion of the Order of the Thistle (KT)

Order of the Companions of Honour

Member of the Order of Companions of Honour (CH)

  • Richard Henderson - Molecular Biologist and Biophysicist, Medical Research Council Laboratory of Molecular Biology. For services to Electron Microscopy of Biological Molecules
  • Dame Kiri Te Kanawa, ONZ, DBE, AC - Soprano. For services to Music.

Knight Bachelor

  • Professor Steven Cowley, FRS, FREng, FREng - President, Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford. For services to Science and to the Development of Nuclear Fusion.
  • Kenny Dalglish, MBE - For services to Football, charity and the City of Liverpool.
  • Professor Chris Dobson, FRS - Professor of Chemical and Structural Biology and Master, St John's College, University of Cambridge. For services to Science and Higher Education.
  • Lloyd Dorfman, CBE - Philanthropist. For services to Philanthropy and the Arts.
  • James Eadie, QC - First Treasury Council. For services to the Law and to Government.
  • Professor Les Ebdon, CBE, DL - Lately Director, Fair Access to Higher Education. For services to Higher Education and Social Mobility.
  • Douglas Flint, CBE - for services to the Finance Industry.
  • David Green, CB, QC - Lately Director, Serious Fraud Office. For services to the Criminal Justice System.
  • Professor Chris Ham, CBE - Lately Chief Executive, The King's Fund. For services to Health Policy and Management.
  • Professor David Haslam, CBE - Chair, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. For services to NHS Leadership.
  • Ben Helfgott, MBE - For services to Holocaust Remembrance and Education.
  • Professor James Hough, OBE, FRS, FRSE - Associate Director, Institute for Gravitational Research, University of Glasgow. For services to the Detection of Gravitational Waves.
  • Professor Chris Husbands - Vice-Chancellor, Sheffield Hallam University. For services to Higher Education.
  • Kazuo Ishiguro, OBE, FRSA - Author. For services to Literature.
  • The Hon. Bernard Jenkin, MP - Member of Parliament for Harwich and North Essex. For political and public service.
  • Simon Keenlyside, CBE - Baritone. For services to Music.
  • Jim Ratcliffe - Chairman and Chief Executive, Ineos Chemical Group. For services to Business and Investment.
  • Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley, QPM, - Lately Assistant Commissioner, Metropolitan Police Service. For services to Policing.
  • Charles Saumarez Smith, CBE - Secretary and Chief Executive, Royal Academy of Arts. For services to Art, Architecture and Culture in the UK.
  • Simon Schama, CBE, FBA - Historian and Broadcaster. For services to History.
  • Tim Waterstone - Founder, Waterstones. For services to Bookselling and charity.

Diplomatic and overseas list

  • Professor Paul Preston, CBE. For services to UK/Spain relations.
  • Geoffrey Alan Tantum, CMG, OBE. For services to British interests overseas.

Order of the Bath

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

  • Susan Jane Owen, CB - Permanent Secretary, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and Civil Service Champion for Diversity and Inclusion. For public service.
  • David Natzler - Clerk of the House of Commons. For Parliamentary Service.

Companion of the Order of the Bath (CB)

  • Lucy Victoria Annabel Chadwick - Lately Director General of International Security and Environment, Department for Transport. For public service.
  • Matthew Coffey - Chief Operating Officer, Ofsted. For services to Education.
  • Michael Brian Driver - Chief Financial Officer, Ministry of Justice and Head of Government Finance, HM Treasury. For public service.
  • Karen Elizabeth Gosden, OBE - Universal Credit Area Director, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Welfare Reform.
  • George Thomas Alexander Gray - Lately Head, Office of the Legislative Counsel, Northern Ireland. For services to Legislation and Constitutional Law.
  • Lowri Alice Khan, CBE - Director, Financial Stability, HM Treasury. For public service.
  • Professor John Loughhead, OBE - Chief Scientific Adviser, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. For services to Research and Development in the Energy Sector.
  • Hayley Rogers - Parliamentary Counsel, Office of the Parliamentary Counsel. For services to the Preparation of Legislation.

Order of St Michael and St George

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

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

  • Adolfo Canepa, OBE - For services to Gibraltar
  • Jill Gallard - For services to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
  • Judith Gough - For services to British foreign policy.
  • Peter Edward Jones - For services to British foreign and security policy.
  • Martin Alexander Baillie Reynolds - For services to British foreign policy.

Royal Victorian Order

Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order (GCVO)

Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (KCVO)

Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (CVO)

  • Meriel Rose Afia, LVO. Lady in Waiting to Princess Alexandra, the Honourable Lady Ogilvy
  • Janet Margaret Bowen. Lord-Lieutenant of Ross and Cromarty.
  • David Ellis Brownlow, DL. Formerly Chairman, The Prince's Foundation for Building Community.
  • Helen Andrea Louise Cross, LVO. The Queen's Diary Secretary, Royal Household.
  • Dame Amelia Chilcott Fawcett, DBE. Formerly Chairman, The Prince of Wales's Charitable Foundation.
  • Sir Gregory David Green, KCMG. Chairman, The Prince's School of Traditional Arts.
  • Sir Brian Gammell Ivory, CBE. Formerly Chairman of Dumfries House Trust.
  • Jonathan David Jagger, LVO. Surgeon-Oculist to The Queen.
  • Lieutenant Colonel Grenville Johnston, OBE, TD. Lord-Lieutenant of Moray.
  • Mary, The Lady Nicholas Gordon Lennox, LVO. Lady in Waiting to Princess Alexandra, the Honourable Lady Ogilvy.

Lieutenant of the Royal Victorian Order (LVO)

  • Satyajit Bhattacharya, Serjeant-Surgeon to the Royal Household.
  • Patricia Curtis, MVO. Senior Honours and Investiture Clerk, Central Chancery of the Orders of Knighthood.
  • Hannah Margaret Louise Howard, Assistant Communications Secretary, Royal Household.
  • John Brian Pickett, MVO. Chief Executive, The Duke of Edinburgh's Commonwealth Study Conferences (Australia).
  • Colonel Timothy Corran Richard Brooke Purdon, OBE. Formerly Lieutenant of the Honourable Corps of Gentlemen at Arms.
  • Kevin Arthur Sharp, Clerk to the West Yorkshire Lieutenancy.
  • Mary Margaret Thomson, Formerly Chairman, Outward Bound International.

Member of the Royal Victorian Order (MVO)

  • Panorea Alexandratos. Cassiano Dal Pozzo Project Co-ordinator, Royal Collection Trust.
  • Laura Baker. Assistant Private Secretary to The Duke of Cambridge.
  • David William Black. Property Information Manager, Royal Household.
  • Michael Andrew Davies, Household of The Duke of York.
  • Gary David Ganley, RVM. Carpet Planner, Windsor Castle.
  • Debbie Maxine Reich Goodenough. Head Gardener, Highgrove Estate.
  • Charlotte Jane Ingle. Executive Assistant to the Private Secretary to The Duke of Cambridge.
  • Paul Roger Ludwig, Formerly The Queen's Bargemaster.
  • Christopher John Morton, Chief Yeoman Warder, H.M. Tower of London.
  • Cecily Ann Pearson, OAM. Formerly Deputy Official Secretary to the Governor of Queensland.
  • Major Harry Joe Pilcher. Equerry to The Prince of Wales.
  • Commander Anne Gillian Sullivan. Assistant Private Secretary to The Princess Royal.
  • Martin Swift. Formerly Crown Jeweller.
  • Sarah Elizabeth Townend. Deputy Secretary, Master of the Household's Department.
  • Julie Townsend. Personal Assistant to the Legal and Records Team, Duchy of Lancaster.
  • Jane Whaley. Domestic Bursar, Cumberland Lodge.
  • Helen Wiffen. Formerly Deputy Official Secretary to the Administrator of the Northern Territory.

Royal Victorian Medal (RVM)

Silver

  • George Brodie, BEM. Formerly Yeoman Serjeant, HM Tower of London.
  • Philip James Chatwin. Keeper of the Closet, Her Majesty's Chapels Royal, St James's Palace.
  • Philip Fernie. Deputy Head Stalker, Balmoral Estate.
  • Michael Anthony Fyfe. Joiner, Balmoral Estate.
  • Paul Michael Goodall. Fire Safety and Access Control Officer, Buckingham Palace.
  • Michelle Ann Maynard. Groom, The Duke of Edinburgh's Driving Team.
  • Stephen Colin Meen. Horticulturist, Crown Estate, Windsor.
  • Sarah Jane Penney. Cook, Government House, Guernsey.
  • Matthew John Powers. Coaching Instructor, Royal Mews, Royal Household.
  • Allen James Shuttlewood. Team Leader, Crown Estate, Windsor.
  • Philippus Louwrens Steenkamp. Household of The Duke of York.

Order of the British Empire

Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the British Empire (GBE)

Knight/Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (KBE/DBE)

  • David William Kinloch Anderson, QC. Lately Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation. For services to National Security and Civil Liberties.
  • Professor Winifred Mary Beard, OBE. Professor of Classics, University of Cambridge. For services to the Study of Classical Civilisation
  • Professor Jane Elizabeth Dacre. President, The Royal College of Physicians. For services to Medicine and Medical Education.
  • Louise Joyce Ellman, MP. Member of Parliament for Liverpool Riverside. For Parliamentary and Political Services.
  • Moya Marguerite Greene. Chief Executive, Royal Mail plc. For services to Business and the Postal Sector.
  • Professor Susan Lesley Hill, OBE. Chief Scientific Officer, NHS England. For services to the 100,000 Genome Project and to NHS Genomic Medicine.
  • The Right Honourable Eleanor Fulton Laing, MP. Member of Parliament for Epping Forest. For political and public service.
  • Stella Gordon Manzie, CBE. Interim Chief Executive, Birmingham City Council. For services to Local Government.
  • Professor Angela Ruth McLean, FRS. Professor of Mathematical Biology, University of Oxford. For services to Mathematical Biology and Scientific Advice for Government.
  • Dr Frances Carolyn Saunders, CB. For services to Science and Engineering.
  • Emma Thompson. Actress. For services to Drama.
  • 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)

Military

  • 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.

Civil

  • 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.
  • Professor Christoffel Hendrik Brink. Emeritus Vice-Chancellor, Newcastle University. For services to Higher Education.
  • Stanley Robert Brown. Chief Executive, Forensic Science Northern Ireland. For services to Science and Justice.
  • Professor Julia Clare. Buckingham Vice-Chancellor and President, Brunel Mrs Smith University, London. For services to Biology and Education.
  • Elizabeth Nicole Calder. Co-founder, Bloomsbury Publishing. For services to Literature.
  • Ryan Jerome Campbell. Chair, Mind. For services to Improving Mental Health Provision in England and Wales.
  • Mark Milford Power Carne. Chief Executive, Network Rail. For services to the Rail Industry.
  • Dr Margaret Henrietta Augusta Casely-Hayford. For charitable services in the UK and Abroad.
  • Dinah Victoria Casson. Co-founder, Casson Mann. For services to Design.
  • Brent Cheshire. Lately Chairman, DONG Energy UK Ltd. For services to the Renewable Energy Sector.
  • Naomi Wendy Climer. For services to the Engineering Profession.
  • Yvonne Veronica Coghill, OBE. Director, Workforce Race Equality Standard Implementation, NHS England. For services to Race Equality in the NHS.
  • Dionne Collins, QPM. Chief Constable, West Yorkshire Police. For services to Policing and the British Association of Women in Policing.
  • Timothy Douglas Davie. Chief Executive Officer, BBC Studios. For services to International Trade.
  • Professor Rosemary Genevieve Davis. Professor Emeritus, University College London, Institute of Education. For services to Education.
  • Professor Lorna Anne Dawson. Principal Soil Scientist, The James Hutton Institute. For services to Soil and Forensic Science.
  • William Hood Dodds. Head, Building Standards, Scottish Government. For public service.
  • Peter Dwyer. Lately Director, Children and Young People's Services, North Yorkshire County Council. For services to Children's Social Work.
  • Dr Alison Janet Elliot, OBE. Lately Associate Director, Centre for Theology and Public Issues, University of Edinburgh. For public service.
  • Richard Peter Elsy. Chief Executive, High Value Manufacturing Catapult. For services to Manufacturing and Technology.
  • Dr Hilary Frances Emery. Honorary Norham Fellow, University of Oxford and lately Chief Executive, National Children's Bureau. For services to Children and Young People.
  • Alun Trevor Bernard Evans. Chief Executive and Secretary, The British Academy. For services to Scholarship.
  • David Eyton. Group Head of Technology, BP plc. For services to Engineering and Energy.
  • Kenneth Martin Follett. Author. For services to Literature and charity.
  • Marie Sylvia Gabriel. Chair, East London NHS Foundation Trust. For services to the NHS.
  • Arthur Bamber Gascoigne. Broadcaster and Writer. For services to the Arts.
  • Dr Robert Nicolas Gent. Consultant, Health Protection and Deputy Head, Emergency Response Department, Public Health England. For services to Health Protection.
  • Professor George Edward Griffin. Emeritus Professor, Infectious Diseases and Medicine, St George's, University of London. For services to Public Health and Health Research.
  • Rosamund Clare Hamilton. Director, North West, National Probation Service. For services to Probation and Criminal Justice.
  • Edward Thomas Hardy. Actor. For services to Drama.
  • Professor Sarah Harper. Director, Oxford Institute of Population Ageing, University of Oxford. For services to Science of Demography.
  • Professor Jonathan Edward Haskel. Professor of Economics, Imperial College London. For services to Economics.
  • David Wilson Havelock. Lately Director, Credit Risk Group, UK Export Finance, Department for International Trade. For services to the Economy.
  • Professor Ann Louise Heathwaite. Professor, Land and Water Science, Lancaster Environment Centre. For services to Scientific Research and Scientific Advice to Government.
  • Dr Colin Herron. Managing Director, Zero Carbon Futures. For services to Business and the Renewable Energy Sector.
  • Professor Carole Hillenbrand, OBE. Emerita Professor, Islamic History, University of Edinburgh and Professor, University of St Andrews. For services to the Understanding of Islamic History.
  • Lubaina Himid, MBE. Artist. For services to Art.
  • Professor Matthew Hugo Hotopf. Vice Dean of Research, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King's College London. For services to Psychiatric Research.
  • Nicholas Houghton. Deputy Director, International Tax Policy and Structure, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to International Tax Development and Promoting Overseas Investment in the UK.
  • Janice Hughes. Co-founder and Director, Redshift Strategy. For services to UK Technology Exports, charitable services to Healthcare Abroad and the Global Telecom Women's Network.
  • Professor Jill (Billie) Hunter. Professor of Midwifery, Cardiff University. For services to Midwifery and Midwifery Education in the UK and Europe.
  • Professor Graham John Hutchings, FRS. Regius Professor of Chemistry, Cardiff University and Director, Cardiff Catalysis Institute. For services to Chemistry and Innovation.
  • Thomas Segun Ilube. Entrepreneur. For services to Technology and Philanthropy.
  • Paul Gavin Johnson. Director, Institute for Fiscal Studies. For services to the Social Sciences and Economics.
  • David Kinder. Alternate Executive Director for the UK, World Bank Group. For public service and services to Mental Wellbeing.
  • Kanya King, MBE. Entrepreneur. For services to Music and Culture.
  • Dr John Kirkby. Founder, Christians Against Poverty. For services to Poverty Relief.
  • Professor Jane Alison Langdale, FRS. Professorial Research Fellow, Department of Plant Sciences, The Queen's College, University of Oxford. For services to Plant Science.
  • Dr Paul Litchfield, OBE. Chief Medical Officer, BT Group plc. For services to Wellbeing in the Workplace.
  • Brendan Joseph Mcguigan. For services to Justice in Northern Ireland.
  • Professor Robert Edward Moon. For services to Education in Developing Countries.
  • Gillian Moore, MBE. Director of Music, Southbank Centre. For services to Music.
  • Heidi Mottram, OBE. Chief Executive Officer, Northumbrian Water Group. For services to the Water Industry and Business Community.
  • Professor James Murdoch. Professor of Public Law, University of Glasgow. For services to Education and Human Rights.
  • Kevin Patrick O'Hare. Director, The Royal Ballet. For services to Dance.
  • David Campbell Orr. Chief Executive, National Housing Federation. For services to Housing.
  • Ian David Prosser. Director of Railway Safety, Office of Rail and Road. For services to Railway Safety.
  • Dr Ethel Quayle. Reader in Clinical Psychology, COPINE Research Project, University of Edinburgh. For services to the Online Welfare of Children and Young People.
  • Timothy William Read. Universal Credit Delivery Manager, Business Transformation Group, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Welfare Reform.
  • Professor Stuart William John Reid. Principal, Royal Veterinary College. For services to the Veterinary Profession and Higher Education.
  • Richard George Riley. Director, Home Office. For services to National Security.
  • Jayne Ripley. Senior Management, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defence.
  • The Honourable Hannah Mary Rothschild. Writer and Filmmaker. For services to the Arts and charity.
  • Jonathan Mark (Jon) Rouse. Chief Officer, Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership. For services to Health and Social Care.
  • Mark Francis Russell. Chief Executive, UK Government Investments. For services to Business and the Economy.
  • Jennifer Margaret Saunders, OBE. Lately Chief Executive, National Energy Action. For services to Tackling Fuel Poverty.
  • Robert Lee Shaw. Deputy Chief Executive, NHS Digital. For services to Health and Social Care.
  • Professor Janice Debra Sigsworth. Executive Director of Nursing, Imperial College Healthcare Trust. For services to Nursing.
  • Patricia Mary Smart. Chief Executive Officer, Create Partnership Trust. For services to Education.
  • Professor Robert Steele. Senior Research Professor, Prevention, Early Detection and Treatment of Colorectal Cancer, University of Dundee. For services to Public Health.
  • Professor Jennifer Temkin. Professor of Law, City Law School, University of London. For services to Criminal Justice.
  • Jan Thirlaway. Transformation and Planning Lead, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Pensions Operations.
  • Huw Vaughan Thomas. Auditor General, Wales. For services to Public Audit and Accountability in Wales.
  • Brenda Dianne Hebb Trenowden. Head of Financial Institutions Group, ANZ Bank and Global Chair, 30% Club. For services to Exports in the Financial Sector and Gender Equality.
  • Alun Howard Tucker. Lately Member, UN International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. For services to International Justice.
  • Dr Ian David Twinn. For political and voluntary service.
  • Professor Katherine Jane Willis. Director of Science, Royal Botanic Garden, Kew and Professor of Biodiversity, University of Oxford. For services to Biodiversity and Conservation.
  • Jeanette Winterson, OBE. Writer. For services to Literature.
  • Councillor David Leslie Wood. Councillor, Newcastle City Council. For political and public service.

Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

Military

  • Commander Stephen Ronald Anderson, RN.
  • Colonel Steven John Francis, Royal Marines.
  • Commander Ian Harrop, RN.
  • Commander Tristram Andrew Harry Kirkwood, RN.
  • Commander Graeme Peter Knox, RN.
  • Commander Christopher Maxwell New, RN.
  • Acting Lieutenant Colonel Lloyd John Purser, MBE, Royal Marines.
  • Lieutenant Colonel Diane Margaret Allen, VR, Intelligence Corps, Army Reserve.
  • Lieutenant Colonel Kevan Bolam, Royal Corps of Signals.
  • Lieutenant Colonel William Bolam, Royal Regiment of Artillery.
  • Lieutenant Colonel Dean David Canham, The Mercian Regiment.
  • Lieutenant Colonel Raymond Carolin, VR, General List, Army Reserve.
  • Lieutenant Colonel Michael David Cornwell, The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment.
  • Lieutenant Colonel Nathan Crew, The Royal Logistic Corps.
  • Lieutenant Colonel Timothy John Gerald Stevens Purbrick, VR, The Royal Lancers, Army Reserve.
  • Lieutenant Colonel Piers Guy Beresford Strudwick, The Royal Regiment of Scotland.
  • Lieutenant Colonel Craig Sweeting, Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.
  • Lieutenant Colonel Huw William Islwyn Thomas, Royal Army Medical Corps.
  • Group Captain James Anthony Beck.
  • Wing Commander Simon James Boyle.
  • Group Captain Emily Jane Flynn.
  • Group Captain Paul David Froome.
  • Wing Commander Martin James Higgins.
  • Wing Commander Christopher Jones.
  • Group Captain Simon Robert Strasdin.

Civil

Diplomatic Service and Overseas List
  • Rosalie Louise Adams - For services to the British Virgin Islands.
  • Professor David Alexander - For services to UK/US links in the space industry and to higher education.
  • Sarah Bartholomew - For services to British foreign policy and to the Commonwealth.
  • James John Beer - For services to British foreign policy.
  • Chief Superintendent Simon Blatchley - For services to UK police.
  • Julia Bond - For services to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
  • Mary Catherine Brown - For services to charity.
  • James Alexander John Burns - For services to UK/Spain relations.
  • David Stuart Burton - For services to British foreign policy.
  • Elizabeth Louise Chapman - For services to British foreign policy.
  • Joanna Coles - For services to journalism and the media industry.
  • Diane Louise Corner - For services to UK/Africa relations and international peace and security.
  • Kalpna Doshi - For services to the financial services industry.
  • Flora Jane Duffy - For services to sport in Bermuda.
  • Claire Evans - For services to British foreign policy and the Commonwealth.
  • Mark Allen Farrell - For services to British foreign policy.
  • Judith Ann Gibbins - For services to British foreign policy.
  • Duncan Norman Hill - For services to national security.
  • Martin Robert Johnston - For services to UK trade and exports to Iran.
  • Paul Meyer - For services to British foreign and security policy.
  • Jerry Mimassi - For services to British foreign policy.
  • Richard Peter Pascoe - For services to UK/China relations.
  • Leonard Arthur Phillips - For services to international security.
  • Dr. Matthew James Tertius Preston - For services to British foreign policy.
  • Jane Frances Rumble - For services to Polar science, marine conservation and diplomacy.
  • Rebecca Ann Sagar - For services to British foreign policy.
  • James Michael Harold Spencer - Director, Feedback Madagascar, For services to health, to social development, to education and to the environment in Madagascar.
  • Lieutenant Colonel Giles Alick Parry Taylor, MBE - For services to UK interests in Lebanon and to UK and Lebanon national security.
  • Miss Iona Clare Thomas - For services to British foreign policy.
  • Simon Derek Thomas - For services to British foreign policy.
  • Stephen Peter Wallis - For services to international security.

Isle of Man

Guernsey

  • Jurat Stephen Murray Jones. For services to the Royal Court, to Local Charities and to the Community in Guernsey

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

Military

  • Lieutenant Commander William John Edgar Ball, RN.
  • Lieutenant Commander Hugh Walter Scott Botterill, RN.
  • Warrant Officer 1 Engineering Technician (Communication Information Systems) Daniel Castle, RN.
  • Chief Petty Officer (Seaman) Jay Early, RN.
  • Lieutenant Commander Fiona Jean Haynes, RN.
  • Leading Engineering Technician (Weapon Engineering) James Gordon Jose, RN.
  • Commander Andrew Kellett, RN.
  • Lieutenant Commander Alastair Blevins Ley, RN.
  • Marine (now Lance Corporal) Nirmal Purja, Royal Marines.
  • Commander Heather Elizabeth Rimmer, RN.
  • Lieutenant Commander Brian Joseph Trim, RN.
  • Staff Sergeant Sohail Ashraf, Adjutant General's Corps (Staff and Personnel Support Branch).
  • Major Nicola Jane Parry-Belcher, The Royal Logistic Corps.
  • Warrant Officer Class 2 Duncan Edward Booth, Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.
  • Acting Colonel David John Michael Carson, Army Cadet Force.
  • Major Daryl Richard Collins, Royal Corps of Signals.
  • Major Daniel Michael Conlon, The Mercian Regiment.
  • Major Pardeep Singh Dhillon, Intelligence Corps.
  • Captain Gareth Edward Dibble, Royal Regiment of Artillery, Army Reserve.
  • Captain Rebecca Pogson-Hughes-Emanuel, Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.
  • Major Christopher Fogarty, Royal Corps of Signals.
  • Warrant Officer Class 1 Sean Henry Pawlingardner, 1st The Queen's Dragoon Guards, Army Reserve.
  • Lieutenant Colonel Paula Michelle George, Adjutant General's Corps (Educational and Training Services Branch).
  • Acting Lieutenant Colonel Stuart Wesley Grout, Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, Army Reserve.
  • Warrant Officer Class 2 Andrew Ian Halliday, Royal Army Physical Training Corps, Army Reserve.
  • Major John Edward Mead Carey-Hughes, The King's Royal Hussars.
  • Major Walter George Hunter, The Royal Regiment of Scotland.
  • Staff Sergeant Kenneth Joseph Johnston, Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps.
  • Acting Major Lucy Diana Kirkpatrick, Royal Regiment of Artillery.
  • Warrant Officer Class 2 Jason Liddy, Small Arms School Corps.
  • Major Joel Thomas Malpas, Army Air Corps.
  • Major Jonathon Mark Murley, Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.
  • Major Stephen Palfreyman, Royal Corps of Signals, Army Reserve.
  • Sergeant Timothy James Rice, The Parachute Regiment.
  • Major Anthony Mark Richardson, Royal Regiment of Artillery.
  • Lieutenant Colonel Terence Robson, Adjutant General's Corps (Staff and Personnel Support Branch).
  • Colour Sergeant Trevor Hamilton Ross, The Royal Irish Regiment, Army Reserve.
  • Captain Louis Sebastian Rudd, The Parachute Regiment.
  • Warrant Officer Class 2 Craig John Rutter, The Yorkshire Regiment, Army Reserve.
  • Warrant Officer Class 2 Darren Sobey, Royal Regiment of Artillery.
  • Lieutenant Colonel Justin George Edward Stenhouse, DSO, 1st The Queen's Dragoon Guards.
  • Major Guy Allan Hadley Thoburn, Intelligence Corps.
  • Corporal Thomas Alexander Whyte, Intelligence Corps.
  • Major Edward Michael George Willcox, The Royal Welsh.
  • Lieutenant Colonel David Alistair Willey, Royal Army Dental Corps.
  • Flight Lieutenant Victoria Anne Atherton.
  • Warrant Officer Richard Phillip Barber.
  • Squadron Leader Stephen Matthew Beardmore.
  • Warrant Officer Kevin Ffrancon Beattie.
  • Master Aircrew Mark Andrew Bradley.
  • Warrant Officer Alan Stuart Bruce.
  • Squadron Leader James Niall Doyle.
  • Flight Sergeant Hywel Anthony Greening.
  • Flight Lieutenant Kathryn Hannah Janes.
  • Wing Commander Adrian Russell Jarvis.
  • Squadron Leader Stuart Gray McAdam.
  • Squadron Leader Vanessa Jasmin Kathleen Plumley.
  • Flight Sergeant Louise Jane Simpson.
  • Sergeant Kevin John Stannard.
  • Warrant Officer Lee Raymond Twyning.
  • Corporal Melvin Robert David Whyte.

Civil

Diplomatic Service and Overseas List
  • Justina Susannah Alexander - For services to British Nationals in Dominica.
  • Rebecca Emma Bell - For services to British foreign policy and to the Commonwealth.
  • Joseph Chiara - For services to St John's Ambulance, Gibraltar.
  • Robert Hatherell Craig - For services to conservation.
  • Peter John Derby-Crook - For services to education and to the British Community in Singapore.
  • Sharleen Sabrina Dabreo - For services to disaster management in the British Virgin Islands.
  • Anthony James Day - For services to the homeless and underprivileged in China.
  • Fiona Decan - For services to the British Community in Andorra.
  • Louise Mary Ellis - For services to British foreign policy and to the Commonwealth.
  • John Percival Morey Farrand - For services to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
  • Ernest Gomez - For services to Gibraltar.
  • Nichola Margaret Valerie Hayton - For services to UK/Germany relations.
  • Peter McNeill Helme - For services to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
  • Christopher Hugh Hildesley - For services to charity.
  • Joseph Solomon Horn - For services to charity, to educational development and to UK relations with China and Thailand.
  • Jane Elizabeth Bickmore-Jaffer - For services to education in Oman.
  • Samantha Clare Whay-Jenkins - For services to education and to the promotion of British business.
  • Stephen Jones - For services to British Nationals overseas.
  • Paul Anthony Lewis - For services to UK/Australia bilateral trade and commerce.
  • Franz Manderson - For services to the Cayman Islands.
  • Alan McLean - For services to the security of Her Majesty's Government staff overseas.
  • Judith Joy Mewburn - For services to nursing in the developing world.
  • Frederick Vijay Hutton-Michel - For services to National Security.
  • Dr. Anthony Wynne Pereira - For services to UK/Brazil relations.
  • Sister Imelda Mary Magdalen Poole - For services to combating modern slavery.
  • Anne-Marie Pieterz-Powell - For services to British Nationals overseas.
  • Sunil Rattu - For services to British foreign policy.
  • David John Reynolds - For services to UK/Philippine relations and to underprivileged children in the Philippines.
  • Winifred Leigh Roebuck - For services to British foreign policy and security.
  • Norbert Nicholas Sene - For services to Gibraltar.
  • Howard Martin Silverstone - For services to British business in the USA.
  • David Nicolas Wahl - For services to UK/France relations.
  • James Robert Wasilenko - For services to British foreign and security policy.
  • John Heseltine Cameron-Webb - For services to British Nationals overseas.
  • Anya Kashora Williams - For services to the Turks and Caicos Islands.
  • Gavin Willis - For services to British foreign policy.
  • David Alfred Wood - For services to British Nationals in Guadeloupe.
  • Jacqueline Louise Wrafter - For services to children with disabilities in Vietnam.
  • Ann Desson Wragg - For services to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Isle of Man

  • Lesley Anne Turnbull. For services to seriously ill children, their parents and to their families on the Isle of Man.

Guernsey

  • Keith William Robins. For services to vulnerable young people and their families in Guernsey.

Jersey

  • Andre Bonjour. For services to the Sea Cadet Corps in Jersey.
  • Ian Robert Richardson. For services to Jersey hospice care.
  • Susie Hilary Josling Robins. For services to Jersey Citizens’ Advice Bureau.

Royal Red Cross

Associate of the Royal Red Cross (ARRC)

Major Karen Dorothy Jamieson, Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps

Queen's police Medal (QPM)

England and Wales

  • Janet Bloomfield, Lately Sergeant, Essex Police.
  • Paul Brandon, Deputy Chief Constable, Kent Police.
  • Chief Superintendent Sally Ann Burke, South Wales Police.
  • Dean Graham Haydon, Deputy Assistant Commissioner, Metropolitan Police Service.
  • Paul Francis Dominic Hurley, Lately Detective Chief Superintendent, South Wales Police.
  • Sergeant Abed Hussain, Greater Manchester Police.
  • Superintendent Helen Louise Isaac, City of London Police.
  • Detective Chief Superintendent Russell Jackson, Greater Manchester Police.
  • Stephen James Kavanagh, Chief Constable, Essex Police.
  • Neville Kemp, Assistant Chief Constable, Surrey Police.
  • Constable Geraldine McConaghy, Merseyside Police.
  • Chief Superintendent Paul Terence Money, West Yorkshire Police.
  • Hannah O’Sullivan, Lately Detective Sergeant, Metropolitan Police Service.
  • James Rentell, Lately Constable, British Transport Police.
  • Chief Superintendent Vicky Skeels, Cambridgeshire Constabulary.
  • Detective Chief Inspector Peter Sparks, Metropolitan Police Service.
  • Alistair Michael Sutherland, Assistant Commissioner, City of London Police.
  • Sergeant Lindsey Sweeney, South Wales Police.

Scotland

  • Superintendent Suzanne Mertes, Police Service of Scotland.
  • Inspector Craig Rankine, Police Service of Scotland.

Northern Ireland

  • Andrew Glen Archibald, Police Service of Northern Ireland.
  • Noel Christopher Mullan, Police Service of Northern Ireland.
  • Paul Stanton Slaine, Police Service of Northern Ireland.

Queen's Fire Service Medal (QFSM)

England and Wales

  • Group Manager Karen Adams, Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service.
  • Deputy Chief Fire Officer Paul Andrew Argyle, Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service.
  • Watch Manager Robert David Coss, Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service.
  • Chief Fire Officer Huw Dennis Jakeway, South Wales Fire and Rescue Service.

Scotland

  • Watch Manager Rosemary Curtis, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.
  • Group Manager Elizabeth Logan, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.
  • Area Manager William David Rout, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.

Queen's Ambulance Service Medal (QAM)

England and Wales

  • Neil Barnes, Deputy Director, North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust. For services to the North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust.
  • Jason Frederick Collins, Finance Manager, Welsh Ambulance Service. For services to the Welsh Ambulance Service.
  • Leanne Hawker, Patient Experience Lead and Community Involvement, Welsh Ambulance Service. For services to the Welsh Ambulance Service.
  • Ian Jeffrey Walton, Deputy Director of Operations, Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust. For services to the Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust.

Scotland

  • Patrick McGrattan, Paramedic, Scottish Ambulance Service.

Northern Ireland

  • Richard John Bendall, Paramedic, Northern Ireland Ambulance Service. For services to the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service.

Overseas Territories Police Medal (OTPM)

  • Detective Chief Inspector Na’imah Rosalie Astwood, Bermuda Police Service.
  • Chief Inspector Jerome Anthony Laws, Bermuda Police Service.

Queen's Volunteer Reserves Medal (QVRM)

  • Warrant Officer 1 Logistician (Supply Chain) Janice Pauline Cox, Royal Naval Reserve
  • Major Nial Philip Browne, T.D., The Royal Logistic Corps, Army Reserve
  • Captain Andrew James Stephen Holsgrove, The Duke ofLancaster's Regiment, Army Reserve
  • Major Thomas George McFarland, The Royal Irish Regiment, Army Reserve
  • Staff Sergeant Gordon Andrew Pursley, The Royal Logistic Corps, Army Reserve
  • Lieutenant Colonel Gillian Heather Wilkinson, The Royal Logistic Corps, Army Reserve

Australia

The Queen's Birthday Honours 2018 for Australia were announced on 12 June 2018 by the Governor-General, Sir Peter Cosgrove.

New Zealand

The Queen's Birthday Honours 2018 for New Zealand were announced on 4 June 2018 by the Governor-General, Dame Patsy Reddy.

Cook Islands

Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of the Cook Islands with honours within her own gift, and with the advice of the Government for other honours.[3]

Order of the British Empire

Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire (KBE)

Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

  • Rua Nga - For services to the community.

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

  • 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.

Bahamas

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.[4]

British Empire Medal

  • Bennett Minnis - For services to business and to the community.
  • Captain Vernon Ritchie - For services to business and to the community.

Grenada

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.[5]

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.[6]

Knight Bachelor

  • 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)

Military
  • 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.
Civil
  • 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)

Civil
  • 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)

Military
  • 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.
Civil
  • 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)

Military
  • 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.
Civil
  • 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.
  • Livai Wapia - For services to the community.
  • Bauk Huinz Wesi - For services to the community.

Queen's Police Medal (QPM)

  • Chief Sergeant Paul Miae - For service to the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary.
  • Inspector Leana Moere - For services to the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary.
  • Superintendent Samson Siguyaru - For services to the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary

Solomon Islands

Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of the Solomon Islands with honours within her own gift, and with the advice of the Government for other honours.[7]

Order of the British Empire

Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

  • Alfred Jude Aihunu - For services to education and to rural development.
  • Samson Panda - For services to education, to the Church and to rural development.
  • Selwyn Sahu - For services to policing, and to rural and community development.

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

  • Charles Fox Rudgard Ngalimwane - For services to education and to community development.
  • Isaac Vula Tatapu - For public service and to community development.
  • Nelson Thoa - For services to nursing and to the community.

British Empire Medal (BEM)

  • Chief Superintendent Ian Bara - For services to the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force.
  • Timothy Manele - For services to rural and to community development.
  • Chief Superintendent Mostyn Mangua - Royal Solomon Islands Police Force.
  • Chief Superintendent Stanley Riolo - Royal Solomon Islands Police Force.

Queen's Police Medal (QPM)

  • Sergeant Elizabeth Tekaingo - Royal Solomon Islands Police Force.
  • Superintendent Steve Rex Waiwori - Royal Solomon Islands Police Force.

Saint Lucia

Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of Saint Lucia with honours within her own gift, and with the advice of the Government for other honours.[8]

Order of the British Empire

Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)

  • Dr. Herbert Marius - For services to health care.

Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

  • Augusta Ifill - For contribution to education.
  • John Calixte Leon - For his contribution to the field of finance and economics.

Member of the Order of the British Empire

  • Melzar Bruce, BEM - For her contribution to education.
  • Felicite Hetty Lucien - For her commitment to community service.
  • Alphonsus Stephen Stanislas - For services to education and to community service.

British Empire Medal (BEM)

  • Julius Adjodha - For services to the community.
  • Christina Alcide - For services to the community.
  • Rita Catherine Dyer - For services to education.

Antigua and Barbuda

Below are the individuals appointed by Elizabeth II in her right as Queen of Antigua and Barbuda with honours within her own gift, and with the advice of the Government for other honours.[9]

Order of the British Empire

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

  • Dr. Reginald Murphy - For contribution to preservation and promotion of Antigua and Barbuda's history and heritage.

See also

References

  1. ^ "No. 62310". The London Gazette (Supplement). 9 June 2018. p. B1.
  2. ^ Birthday Honours lists 2018
  3. ^ "No. 62311". The London Gazette (2nd supplement). 9 June 2018. p. B37.
  4. ^ "No. 62312". The London Gazette (3rd supplement). 9 June 2018. p. B41.
  5. ^ "No. 62313". The London Gazette (4th supplement). 9 June 2018. p. B45.
  6. ^ "No. 62314". The London Gazette (5th supplement). 9 June 2018. p. B49.
  7. ^ "No. 62315". The London Gazette (6th supplement). 9 June 2018. p. B57.
  8. ^ "No. 62316". The London Gazette (7th supplement). 9 June 2018. p. B61.
  9. ^ "No. 62317". The London Gazette (8th supplement). 9 June 2018. p. B65.

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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.

Tom Hardy

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.

Tom Ilube

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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