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New Year Honours 2022 List Announced - From Sir JVT to Dame Joanna Lumley

Chris Whitty, Jonathan Van-Tam, Jenny Harries, Tony Blair, Mel B, Kate Garraway, Daniel Craig, Katie Piper, June Brown, Bill Roache, Emma Raducanu, Adam Peaty, Tom Daley and Laura and Jason Kenny are all among the names in this year's New Year Honours list

Daily Mirror 1 JAN 2022






Joanna Lumley finally becomes a Dame - decades after her haughty TV character Patsy probably thought she deserved it.




Emma Raducanu, 19, gets an MBE after becoming the first British woman to win a Grand Slam singles title since Virginia Wade




Covid experts, local heroes, sports and showbiz stars are all awarded gongs tonight in the Queen’s New Year Honours.

Knighthoods go to medical officers Chris Whitty and Jonathan Van-Tam while Dr Jenny Harries is made a Dame.


Tony Blair will finally become a Sir more than 15 years after his predecessor Sir John Major - with the highest possible honour.....

Mel B, Kate Garraway, Daniel Craig, Katie Piper and soap stars June Brown and Bill Roache all get gongs.

Joanna Lumley has been given a Damehood

And a string of honours go to sports stars too including Emma Raducanu, Adam Peaty, Tom Daley and Laura and Jason Kenny.

Some of the gongs will stir controversy, including a knighthood for billionaire Tory mega-donor David Harding.


Laura and Jason Kenny become the first couple to get a knighthood and damehood in the same list

But many more of the 1,278 people honoured today are community leaders or service people whose names aren’t in lights.

Boris Johnson said they “have inspired and entertained us and given so much to their communities”.


We run through the highlights of the 2022 New Year Honours



Covid Leaders

A knighthood is confirmed for England’s Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty, who became a household name in the pandemic.

His counterparts in Wales, Frank Atherton, and in Scotland, Gregor Smith, also become Sirs.

Prof Whitty’s deputy Prof Jonathan Van-Tam, known for his colourful metaphors to explain complex graphs and figures at Downing Street press briefings, gets a knighthood.

Jonathan Van-Tam will be 'Sir JVT'

The Chief Medical Officer will be Professor Sir Chris Whitty

UK Health Security Agency boss Dr Jenny Harries becomes Dame Jenny.

England’s Chief Scientific Adviser Sir Patrick Vallance’s current knighthood is upgraded.

NHS England’s Chief Commercial Officer Emily Lawson, who led the unprecedented coronavirus vaccination campaign, receives a damehood.

The boss of the body which gave the green light to deploying vaccinations, Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency chief executive Dr June Raine, also becomes a dame.

Nobel Prize-winning geneticist Sir Paul Nurse is made a Companion of Honour - the highest honour - for his outstanding contribution to scientific research and understanding.

June Raine of the vaccine watchdog gets a Damehood


TV & Showbiz


Absolutely Fabulous star Joanna Lumley, 75, who played drunk blonde maneater Patsy Stone in the 1990s BBC1 comedy, becomes a dame.

As well as her acting roles, she was widely hailed for her campaigning for Gurkhas who retired before 1997 to be allowed to settle in the UK. Her damehood comes 27 years after she was awarded an OBE.

James Bond star Daniel Craig has been made a Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George - the same given to 007.

Daniel Craig has been made a Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George

Mel B has been honoured for her work tackling domestic violence

Former Spice Girl Melanie Brown (Mel B) has been made an MBE for her work with domestic violence charity Women's Aid.

Kate Garraway has been made an MBE after documenting her husband Derek Draper's battle with coronavirus.

Loose Women star Katie Piper has been made an OBE - as have soap legends June Brown and Bill Roache .

Brown, 94, who played Albert Square gossip Dot Cotton in EastEnders from 1985 until 2020, is honoured for “services to drama and to charity”.

Coronation Street star Roache, 89, has played Ken Barlow since the show was first broadcast on December 9, 1960.

He is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the longest-serving TV star in a continuous role.

His fellow Corrie star Cherylee Houstin, 47, who plays Izzy Armstrong and uses a wheelchair, receives an MBE for services to drama and to people with disabilities.

Oscar-winner Vanessa Redgrave also becomes a dame. The 84-year-old has bagged numerous awards during a 63-year career on stage and screen, including an Academy Award for best supporting actress in the 1977 film, Julia.



Vanessa Redgrave, pictured in 1968, also becomes a dame

She was made a CBE in 1967 and reportedly turned down a damehood in 1999.




Songwriter Bernie Taupin, best known for his long-running and fruitful collaboration with Sir Elton John, has been made an OBE

Filmmaker John Boorman is made a knight while James Bond films producer Barbara Broccoli receives a CBE.

TV’s Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis is made a CBE.

Dancer and choreographer Ashley Banjo said he is "humbled and extremely proud" to have been made an MBE.


Sport and Games


Double Olympic gold medal swimmer Adam Peaty, 27, gets an OBE, as does diver Tom Daley, also 27, who won gold in Japan.

US Open tennis champion Emma Raducanu, 19, gets an MBE after becoming the first British woman to win a Grand Slam singles title since Virginia Wade at Wimbledon in 1977.

Cycling superstars Laura and Jason Kenny become the first husband and wife to receive a damehood and knighthood in the same Honours list.

Seven-time Olympic gold medallist Jason, 33, is Britain’s most successful Olympian, winning gold in the keirin at this summer’s Tokyo 2020 Games, which were delayed for a year because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Laura, 29, is both the most successful female cyclist, and the most successful British female athlete, in Olympic history.




Emma Raducanu, 19, gets an MBE after becoming the first British woman to win a Grand Slam singles title since Virginia Wade

Gold medal-winning middleweight boxer Lauren Price, 27, gets an MBE. The Welshwoman, who was raised by her grandparents Derek and Linda, spoke movingly about what it would mean to her grandad, who died last year. She told the Mirror: “He would have been the proudest grandfather ever, the proudest man in the Valleys.”

Wheelchair Paralympian Hannah ****roft, 29, gets an OBE - nine years after she became an MBE following the London Games. “To still be here 10 years down the line, still winning gold in the same event, still topping the podium - I don’t really think many athletes can say that,” she said.

Other Olympians and Paralympians being honoured include a CBE for cyclist Jody Cundy , OBE for sprinter and cyclist Kadeena Cox, and MBEs for diver Matty Lee and BMX racer Bethany Shriever .
Hannah ****roft has been honoured in the list

Gary Bennett, Sunderland AFC’s first black player and one of the first three patrons of the charity Show Racism the Red Card, receives an MBE. He said the battle was far from over.

“People ask, ‘What’s it like to suffer from racism?’ I try to tell them, especially if you’re in my colour skin, it’s something which you feel on a daily basis.

“It’s not always verbal, it can be visual.”

David Beckham has not been honoured this year despite reports to the contrary.

Games Workshop co-founder Ian Livingstone is made a knight for “services to the online gaming industry”.
Tory cronies including billionaire donor

Tory cronies are rewarded in the New Year Honours.

Billionaire hedge fund boss David Harding, 60, who has pumped more than £1.5million into the Conservative Party war chest since 2006, is knighted for “services to philanthropy”.
Billionaire hedge fund boss David Harding, 60, who has pumped more than £1.5million into the Tory war chest


Tory MP Bill Wiggin also becomes a Sir

Lobbyist Simon Nayyar, with £10k of donations to the Conservative Party from 2016 recorded under his name, is also made an MBE. The former parliamentary candidate runs a London PR firm.

Conservative MP Bill Wiggin, who was first elected in 2001, receives a knighthood. He was a Government whip under David Cameron and backed Boris Johnson in the 2019 Tory leadership race.

Following Mr Johnson’s victory, fawning North Herefordshire MP Mr Wiggin gushed: “I am delighted for Boris and wish him the very best for a successful premiership. I am excited for the future of our county and our country under this leader.”

Former Environment Minister Robert Goodwill is also knighted. He has been MP for Scarborough and Whitby, North Yorks, since 2005.
Other figures in Westminster and Whitehall


Until now ex-PM Tony Blair did not have a knighthood - unlike his predecessor Sir John Major.

But from today he is Sir Tony after being appointed a Knight Companion of the Order of the Garter - an ultra-exclusive group that can only ever have 24 living non-royal members.

Sir Tony, who held the keys to Number 10 between 1997 and 2007, will be appointed to the oldest and most senior British Order of Chivalry - knighting him with the highest possible ranking.
Tony Blair is appointed a Knight Companion of the Order of the Garter

There is a knighthood for Trevor Phillips, the former human rights chief who presents Sky’s Sunday morning politics show.

Sara Khan of the Commission for Countering Extremism is made a Dame.

There’s a knighthood for Boris Johnson’s independent HS2 reviewer Doug Oakervee, former Commissioner for Public Appointments Peter Riddell and scientific advisors to government Robin Grimes and Anthony Finkelstein.

John-Paul Marks, one of the bosses of the Universal Credit programme, is named a Companion of the Order of the Bath.

Former Labour MP Sylvia Heal, 79, who represented Halesowen and Rowley Regis, West Mids, from 1997 to 2010, becomes a dame.

Her fellow ex-Labour MP John Battle, 70, who represented Leeds West from 1987 to 2010, becomes a sir. Labour peer Tommy McAvoy is made a knight too.

Lord Frank Field, who was MP for Birkenhead from 1979 to 2019, and was a Welfare Minister under Tony Blair, is made a Companion of Honour.

Lord Field, 79, who has spent a lifetime campaigning against poverty, revealed in October that he was terminally ill as he backed a law that would allow assisted dying.
Frank Field, who was MP for Birkenhead from 1979 to 2019, is made a Companion of Honour
Frank Field, who was MP for Birkenhead from 1979 to 2019, is made a Companion of Honour



Boys who helped charities are youngest recipients

Two boys who have raised hundreds of thousands of pounds for charity during the coronavirus pandemic today become the youngest ever recipients of gongs from the Queen.

Tobias Weller, 11, who has cerebral palsy and autism, was nicknamed “Captain” after he was inspired by Captain Sir Tom Moore to start raising money during the first lockdown.

He has raised more than £150,000 for his school and The Children’s Hospital Charity, in his home city of Sheffield, by completing a series of challenges. He captured the country’s attention when he began his first marathon using a walker in March 2020, as the pandemic tightened its hold on our shores.

He finished 70 days later and, in June 2020, started a second one using a race runner.

He tackled an Ironman triathlon over a year, finishing in September.

Tobias Weller, 11, who has cerebral palsy and autism

Max Woosey, 12, of Braunton, Devon, has raised more than £640,000 for North Devon Hospice by sleeping in his tent

Max Woosey, 12, of Braunton, Devon, has raised more than £640,000 for North Devon Hospice by sleeping in his tent every night since March 29, 2020 - including in sub-zero temperatures.

He began his marathon sponsored sleepout for the hospice after his terminally ill next-door-neighbour Rick Abbott gave him the tent, to raise money for the hospice which had cared for him in his final weeks.

“They looked after our friend and enabled him to pass peacefully at home with those closest to him, which was his final wish,” Max said.

“My friend Rick gave me his tent before he died and made me promise to have an adventure so that’s what I’m doing.”

Both receive British Empire Medals.


Brave mum of Manchester Arena victim

The mother of one of the Manchester Arena victims has said she is "completely humbled" to be made an OBE.

Figen Murray , 60, has completed a master's degree in counter terrorism, campaigned for increased security measures and spoken to 14,000 schoolchildren about the dangers of radicalisation since her son Martyn Hett, 29, died in the attack after an Ariana Grande concert on May 22, 2017.

She said the news she was featured in the New Year Honours had come as a surprise.

She told the PA news agency: "I don't do any work to gain anything from it, I do it literally because I want to do it and because it is really important.”


Martyn Hett's mum Figen Murray is honoured for her work following the Manchester Arena attack
Martyn Hett's mum Figen Murray is honoured for her work following the Manchester Arena attack


Boxing coach tries to help next generation

A boxing coach who has dedicated his life to helping disadvantaged youths has said his aim is to "create champions outside the ring as much as inside".

Paul Johnston , 51, of Monkstown Boxing Club in Newtownabbey, Co Antrim, is being made an MBE for his work as a coach and mentor to hundreds of young people over the years.

"I'm really just trying to support the young people at different stages of their lives... the big decisions about their education or about other things,” he said. "Really, school maybe just didn't provide that level of support that we could.”



85-year-old hospital porter

An 85-year-old health service porter, who has been awarded the British Empire Medal (BEM) in the New Year Honours, has said he has no intention of retiring.

Jimmy Chapman works at Lisburn Health Centre, where he takes care of patients, starting at 4am every morning day.

He told the PA news agency: "I take care of everybody - the young and the elderly and the in-betweens.

"I am here for 27 years. I started when I was 59. I am 85 now.

"I like working with the people in the health centre and I like the work I am carrying on and I like looking after disabled people, bringing them in and out in wheelchairs. I like to help people in distress."


Lisburn Health Centre Porter Jimmy Chapman

Hospice pioneer with 40 years’ service

A pioneer of the hospice movement who has worked for charities and the voluntary sector for 40 years has been made an MBE.

Jane Bradshaw , chief executive of St Teresa's Hospice in Darlington, said she felt "humbled" after being named in the Queen's New Year Honours for her work.

She took on the role in 1997 and has brought in a range of services for patients and helped to raise millions of pounds.

Ms Bradshaw, from Yarm, Teesside, said: "I am truly humbled to be nominated by someone in the first place and absolutely delighted to receive this honour.

"I have been blessed over the years to work in a sector that makes a vital difference to people's lives, at a time when they need support the most, often in their darkest hours.”



Oldest recipient is 102

And finally, the oldest person on the List is Henry Lewis.
At the age of 102 he is Honorary Vice President of magician’s society The Magic Circle.

He receives an MBE for services to fundraising and charitable causes.


New Year Honours list 2022

Companions of Honour

Lord Frank Field Of Birkenhead DL. For Public and Political Service. (London, Greater London)
Sir Paul Maxime Nurse. For services to Science and Medicine in the UK and Abroad. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)


Knights Commander of the Order of the Bath (KCB)


Sir Patrick John Thompson Vallance. Government Chief Scientific Adviser, Government Office for Science. For services to Science in Government. (London, Greater London)


Professor Christopher John MacRae Whitty CB. Chief Medical Officer for England. For services to Public Health. (London, Greater London)


Damehoods


Dr Vivienne Cox CBE. Independent Non-Executive Director and Workforce Engagement Director, GSK and Chair, Rosalind Franklin Institute. For services to Sustainability, and to Diversity and Inclusion in Business. (Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire)


Dr Jennifer Margaret Harries OBE. Chief Executive, UK Health Security Agency. For services to Health. (Monmouth, Monmouthshire)


Sylvia Lloyd Heal. For Political and Public Service. (Egham, Surrey)


Laura Rebecca Kenny CBE. For services to Cycling. (Marton, Cheshire)


Sara Khan. Lately Lead Commissioner, Commission for Countering Extremism. For services to Human Rights and Counter Extremism. (Watford, Hertfordshire)


Emily Lawson. Lately Chief Commercial Officer, NHS England and NHS Improvement. For services to the NHS, particularly during Covid-19. (Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire)


Diane Elizabeth Lees CBE. Director General, Imperial War Museum. For services to Museums and Cultural Heritage. (Nottingham, Nottinghamshire)


Joanna Lumley OBE. For services to Drama, to Entertainment and to Charitable Causes. (London, Greater London)


Professor Julie Elspeth Lydon OBE. Lately Vice-Chancellor, University of South Wales. For services to Higher Education. (Stroud, Gloucestershire)


Dr June Munro Raine CBE. Chief Executive, Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency. For services to Healthcare and the Covid-19 Response. (Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire)


Professor Sarah Marcella Springman CBE. Rector and Professor of Geotechnical Engineering, ETH Zurich. For services to Engineering and to International Sports Administration. (Egham, Surrey)


Professor Helen Jayne Stokes-Lampard. Chair, Academy of Medical Royal Colleges and Chair, National Academy of Social Prescribing. For services to General Practice. (Tamworth, Staffordshire)


Knights Commander of the Order of the British Empire

The Right Honourable Professor Ajay Kumar Lord Kakkar. For services to Healthcare and Public Service. (London, Greater London)


The Rt. Hon. The Lord Thomas McLaughlin McAvoy. For Political and Public Services. (Rutherglen, Lanarkshire)


Knighthoods


Dr Francis Atherton. Chief Medical Officer, Welsh Government. For services to Public Health. (Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan)
The Rt. Hon. John Dominic Battle. For Political and Public Service. (Leeds, West Yorkshire)
John Boorman CBE. Film Director. For services to Film. (Abroad)
Jan Petrus du Plessis. Executive Chairman, BT Group. For services to Telecommunications and Business. (Penn, Buckinghamshire)
Professor Anthony Finkelstein CBE. Lately Chief Scientific Adviser, National Security. For Public Service. (London, Greater London)
The Rt. Hon. Robert Goodwill MP. Member of Parliament for Scarborough and Whitby. For Political and Public service. (York, North Yorkshire)
Professor Robin William Grimes FRS FREng. Lately Chief Scientific Adviser, Ministry of Defence Nuclear. For services to UK Resilience and International Science Relationships. (London, Greater London)
David Winton Harding. For services to Philanthropy. (London, Greater London)
Professor John Anthony Hardy FRS. Chair of the Molecular Biology of Neurological Disease, University College London. For services to Human Health in Improving Understanding of Dementia and Neurodegenerative Diseases. (London, Greater London)
Jason Francis Kenny CBE. For services to Cycling. (Marton, Cheshire)
Ian Livingstone CBE. For services to the Online Gaming Industry. (London, Greater London)
Peter Edward Murray CBE. Founding and Executive Director, Yorkshire Sculpture Park. For services to the Arts. (Huddersfield, West Yorkshire)
Professor Jonathan Stafford Nguyen-Van-Tam MBE. Deputy Chief Medical Officer. For services to Public Health. (Lincolnshire)
Dr Douglas Edwin Oakervee FrEng CBE. Chair, Independent Review of HS2. For services to Transport and Infrastructure Delivery. (Newmarket, Suffolk)
Horace Shango Ove CBE. Film Maker and Photographer. For services to Media. (London, Greater London)
Mark Trevor Phillips OBE. For services to Equality and Human Rights. (London, Greater London)
Professor Shakeel Ahmed Qureshi. Professor of Paediatric Cardiology, Guy's and St Thomas' Hospitals Foundation Trust. For services to Paediatric Cardiology and Charity. (London, Greater London)
The Rt. Hon. Peter John Robert Riddell CBE. Lately Commissioner for Public Appointments. For Public Service. (London, Greater London)
William Anthony Bowater Russell. Lately Lord Mayor of London. For services to Financial Innovation, Culture, and Wellbeing in the City of London particularly during Covid-19. (Thriplow, Cambridgeshire)
Professor Gregor Ian Smith. Chief Medical Officer, Scottish Government. For services to Public Health. (Hamilton, Lanarkshire)
Alistair Spalding CBE. Artistic Director and Chief Executive, Sadler's Wells Theatre. For services to Dance. (London, Greater London)
William David Wiggin (Bill Wiggin) MP. Member of Parliament for North Herefordshire. For Political and Public service. (Upton Bishop, Herefordshire)
Dr Nigel David Wilson. Chief Executive, Legal and General. For services to the Finance Industry and Regional Development. (London, Greater London


Companions of the Order of the Bath (CB)

Ruth Bailey. Lately Director of Human Resources, Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities. For services to Human Resources. (London, Greater London)
Gareth Neil Davies. Director General, Aviation, Maritime, International and Security Group, Department for Transport. For Public Service. (London, Greater London)
Elizabeth Jean Ditchburn. Director General, Economy, Scottish Government. For services to the Scottish Economy. (Stonehouse, Lanarkshire)
Catherine Megan Frances. Director General, Local Government and Public Services, Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities. For services to Local Government. (London, Greater London)
Brian Mark Hutton. Lately Clerk of the Journals, House of Commons. For services to Parliament. (Lewes, East Sussex)
John-Paul Marks. Director General, Work and Health, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Welfare Reform. (London, Greater London)
Madelaine McTernan. Director General, Vaccine Taskforce. For services to the Covid-19 Response. (London, Greater London)
Richard James Pengelly. Chief Executive, Northern Ireland Health and Social Care Service and Permanent Secretary, Department of Health Northern Ireland. For services to Health and to the Government. (Belfast, City of Belfast)
Joanna Susan Rowland. Director General, HM Revenue and Customs. For services to the Economy during Covid-19. (Fareham, Hampshire)
Elizabeth Jane Russell. Director General, Tax and Welfare, HM Treasury. For services to the Economy during Covid-19. (Northallerton, North Yorkshire)


Commanders of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)

Adesola Olumide Adetosoye OBE
Charles Edward Alexander
Timothy Edward Douglas Allan
Professor Myles Robert Allen
Edmund John Seward Anderson
Professor Jonathan Richard Benger
Professor Phillip Thomas Blythe FREng
Sandra May Bowker (Sandra Wallace)
Barbara Dana Broccoli OBE
Jonathan Broomfield
Linda Brown
Lisa Jane Burger
Roger Burnley
Kirsty Johnstone Bushell
Dr Elizabeth Kelly Cameron OBE
Julia Charles (Julie Jaye Charles)
Martin John Coles
Jenny Coles
Steven Martin Cooper
Andrew Peter Cosslett
Leora Anne Cruddas
Jody Alan Cundy OBE
John Andrew Dawson
Countess Sally Jean De la Bedoyere
John Stephen Denholm
Esmeralda Devlin OBE
Professor James Diggle
Alison Jane Duckles
Rebecca Ann Ellis
Martin MacLean Fairbairn
Professor Kevin Andrew Fenton
Dr John Anthony Fingleton
Professor Wendy Sue Fox (Wendy Barclay)
Professor Lynne Elizabeth Frostick
Professor Graham Harold Galbraith
Dr Steven John Gamblin FRS
John Gilhooly OBE
Daniel Paul Greaves
Paul Greengrass
Kathleen Grussing
Albert Lawrence Heaney
Russell Keith Hobby
Anthony John Horowitz OBE
Professor Nicola Jane Horsley (Nicola Spence)
Tanweer Ikram
Alistair James Bradbury Jarvis
John Johnston
Robert Jones
Professor Louise Clare Kenny
David Arnold Kerfoot MBE DL
Shalini Khemka
Professor Kamlesh Khunti
Louise Anne Kingham OBE
Professor Martin Richard John Knapp
Professor Nicholas Robert Lemoine
Martin Steven Lewis OBE
Dr David George Llewellyn
Mark Richard Lloyd
Sir Laurence Henry Philip Magnus Bt
Professor Anne Elizabeth Magurran FRSE
Professor Ravi Prakash Mahajan
Andrew Leslie Marr DL
Katherine Lyndsay Mavor
Robert Chad McCracken MBE
Anthea Elizabeth Joy McIntyre
Richard Henry Meddings
Dr John Ruthven Mitchell
Professor Kathryn Mary Mitchell
Leslie Montgomery
Professor Tavi Murray
Norman Loch Murray FRSE
Steven Geoffrey Murrells
Professor Peter Openshaw
Nicholas Robson Owen
Stephen Mackenzie Park OBE
Professor Malcolm Colin Press
Professor Mark Radford
David Thomas Raw
Stephen Michael Reese
Benjamin Rimmington
Michael Roy Roberts
Claudia Roden
Francis Rogers
Philippa Claire Rouse
Laura Manning Shoaf
Susannah Kate Simon
Professor Iqbal Singh OBE
Rachel Susan Skinner FREng
Grahame Thomas Smith
Dr Liane Margaret Smith FREng
Timothy John Smith
Dr John Frederick Stageman OBE
Moira Clare Ruby Stuart OBE
Professor Irene Mary Tracey
Janine Lesley Tregelles
Thomas Peter Usborne MBE
Professor Russell Mardon Viner
Adrian Charles Vinken OBE DL
Donna Ward Sanderson
Susie Warran-Smith (Susan Jane Nelson)
Professor Nick Anthony David John Webborn OBE
Elizabeth Jane Whittaker
Michael Gregg Wilson OBE
Dr Neil Rhys Wooding






Officers of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

Owen Abbott
Syed Viqar Ahmed
Dr Syed Ahmed
Amir Ali
Andrew Edward Anson
Colonel (Rtd) Christopher Lee Argent QVRM TD DL
Lisa Armstrong
Professor Anthony John Avery
Mohammed Asif Aziz
Clark Samuel Bailie
Yvonne Dawn Baker
Natasha Louise Baker MBE
Dr Austin Howard Ball
Richard Edward Ballantyne
Elizabeth Barrett
Angela Barry
Thomas Bennett
Dr David Bentley
Dr Hindpal Singh Bhui
Pauline Black
Sharon Blyfield
Professor John Robert Fyfe Bolton
Julia Nonie Bouverat
Evelyn Jane Bowman JP
Professor Veronica Elizabeth Bowman
Antony John Peter Bowring
Kathryn Emma Boyd
Alan Brace
Anthony Thomas Andrew Braddon
Dr Elizabeth Ann Breeze
Amanda Bringans
Leslie William Brotherston
Geoffrey Stewart Brown
Kathryn Anne Brown
Joy Michelle Brown
June Muriel Brown MBE
Henrietta Brown
Alexander Mark Burns
Francis Butterfill
Robin William Caley
Dr Ian William Campbell
Dr Nira Cyril Chamberlain
Philippa Minshall Charles
Alpesh Chauhan
Gregory Stuart Childs
Jeanette Chippington MBE
Jaine Louise Chisholm Caunt
Lorraine Anne Clarke
Ann Cleeves
Valerie ****erell
Hannah Lucy ****roft MBE
Evelyn Margaret Cosgrove
Kadeena Cox MBE
Professor Paul Croney
Reverend James Alan Cruddas FRSA
Thomas Robert Daley
Barclay John Davies
Sharon Tracey Davies
Aled Sion Davies MBE
Professor Helen Davis
Helene Dearn
David Deaves
Sally Debonnaire
Madeleine Frances Desforges
Dr Japinder Dhesi
Davinder Singh Dhillon

Dr Grainne Doran
Paul Durrant
Carol Dutch
Brenda Sophia Edmenson-Mcleish
Graham Winston Edwards
Dr David Stuart Edwards
Obumneke Ndudirim Ekeke
Richard George Evans MBE
Mohammed Shabir Fazal
Jeremy Michael Dyer Field
Dr Bethany Charlotte Firth MBE
His Eminence Michael Fitzgerald
Deborah Mary Fleming
Julie Kim Anne Foley
Professor John Leslie Robert Forsythe
Mark James Fowles
Simon Edward French
Raymond Francis Friel
Nitin Ganatra
Sajdah Perveen Ghafoor
Julian Mark Lythel Gibbs
Nicholas Edward Giles
Jagtar Singh Gill
Aonghus Coinn Huntly Gordon
Professor Ailsa Jane Hall
Deborah Harrison
Angela Maria Hartnett MBE
Lianne Hawkes
Oliver James Haydon
Daniel Hayes
Emma Carol Hayes MBE
Martyn John Henderson
Dr Clive Hickman
Dr Roger Ronald Highfield
Victoria Jane Hornby
Sally Colette Hunt
Raymond Hutchinson
Pamela Susan Hutchinson
Robin Hutson
Dr Andre Jan Imich
Deborah Mary Inskip DL
Timothy Drysdale Jackson
James Jamieson
Professor Ali Sadiq Mohammad Jawad
Sharath Kumar Jeevan
David Hugh Johnston
Matthew Leon Jones
Hanif Mohamed Kara
Zoe Elizabeth Keeton
Millie Kendall MBE
Alison Kilbane-Griffiths
Catherine Margaret Kitchen
John Andrew Kneen
Carol Lake
Dr Alexander Geoffrey Lambert
Matthew James Lanham
Clive Anthony Lawrence
Neil Leitch
Dr Katharine Helen Liddell
Julie Lindsay
Andrew Ian Lovett
Alison Natalie Kay Lowe
Amritpal Singh Maan
Dr Joanna Macrae
Drusilla Maizey
Marie Alea Mary Greenwood Mallon MBE
Christopher John Justin Manson
Dr Ruth Eleanor March
William Marks
Helene Alexandra Marshall
Ian James Marshall
Simon Peter Anthony Massarella JP
Jeremy Paul Mayhew
Russell Warren McCallion
Sean McCarry
David McCarthy
Dr Catherine Isabel McClay
Catherine Lynne McClure
Horace Michael McEvoy MBE
Kevin Paul McGee
Keith Andrew Meade
Professor Jonathan Michie
Hannah Mills MBE
Professor Robert Minge Mokaya
Donna Charlotte Molloy
Bridget Isabella Mongan
Professor Hugh Edward Montgomery
Lesley Moody MBE
Neil Moore
Stephanie Susan Moore MBE
Lynne Elizabeth Morris JP
Lieutenant Colonel Roderick Edmund Forbes Morriss TD DL
Kathryn Munson
Heather Catherine Murray
Figen Ayse Murray
Amanda Naylor
David Peter Newton
David Laurence Nicholson MBE
Amanda Nicholson
William John Oakes
Jennifer Roselyn Ogole
Melanie Oldham
Stephen Orr
Steven George McNeil Osborne
Isabelle Amanda Parasram
Donald Parker
Amanda Lin Parry
Professor Mahendra Gulabbhai Patel
Rizwan Patel
Matthew Richard Patey
Dan Pearson
Adam George Peaty MBE
Mark William Pemberton
David Leslie Peppiatt
Ronald Phillips (Charlie Phillips)
Stephen Piper
Vivienne Porritt
Antony Paul Porter QPM
Arti Prashar
Jonathan Rea MBE
Paul Robert Reddish
Alastair James Reid
Keith David Richards
William Patrick Roache MBE
Susan Robertson (Sue Mountstevens)
Michael William Robinson
Dr Russell David Rook
Hannah Russell MBE
Thomas James Rutherford
Christopher Ryan
Charles Edward Sabine
Margaret Patricia Saxton
William John Graham Scott (John Scott)
Mark Sealy MBE
Jonathon Mark Sesnan
Imran Faisal Shafi
Rohini Sharma Joshi
Fay Angela Sharpe
Michael John Sharrock
Professor Eleanor Shaw
Professor Zoe Kai Shipton
Hilary Ann Margaret Singleton
Sindy Skeldon
David John Rivers Sleath
Susan Louise Smith
Andrew Mark Smith
Michael John Smith
Dr Faye Catherine Smith
Louise Natalie Smith
Adrian Paul Smith
David John Smith MBE
Thomas Spedding
Chris Spice
Dr Julian Francis Stair
Scott William Stevenson
Erika Jane Stoddart
Dr Malur Sudhanva
Professor Ann Sutton MBE
Kate Elizabeth Sutton (Katie Piper)
Anthony David Swallow
Dr Kevin Francis Sweeney
Julie Christina Bingham Taggart
Selina Maureen Taylor
Rekha Thawrani
Dr Julia Elizabeth Thompson
John Gerard Timpson
Sanjiv Vedi
Peter James Vernon
Dr Stuart Wainwright
Lady Rachel Elizabeth Waller
Janet Mary Wallsgrove
Sonia Walsh
John Selwyn Ward
Edward James Watson-O'Neill
Claire Waxman
David Wells
Sophie Wells MBE
David Robert Wheldon
Sandra Jane White
Max Antony Whitlock MBE
Katrina Joan Williams
Dr Douglas Andrew Wilson
Peter Wilson
Julius Peregrine Harold Shepherd Wolff-Ingham
Derek Andrew Wood
Heather Jean Wood
Sarah Jane Wren MBE


Members of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

Marie Addison
Oyebanji Adeyemi Adewumi
Doreen Muriel Kinbarra Agutter
Abigail Adwoa Boatemaa Agyei
Zulkifl Ahmed
Morenike Olubukunola Ajayi
Jayne Elizabeth Aldridge
Dr Rhoda Allison
Karen Jane Almond
Graeme Anderson
Professor Diana Anderson
Dr Wendy Jane Anne Anderson
Samantha Kate Anderson
Freya Anderson
John Linden Archibald
Dr Seema Safia Arif
Roger Colin Armstrong
Michael Frederick Asante
Gregory Antonio Ashby
Syima Aslam
David Gwynne Backhouse
Margaret Po Ling Bailey
Matthew James Baker
Dr Subramaniam Balachandran
Ashley Banjo
Darren Barker
Juliette Barker
Dennis Morris Barnett
Gareth John Batty
Laura Catherine Baxter
Professor Laura Charlotte Bear
Malcolm Ellis Bell
Gary Bennett
Alan Richard Benson
Sushma Bhanot
Ayaz Mazeed Bhuta
Sharman Birtles JP DL
Stuart Bithell
Joe Blackman
Michelle Dawn Blanchard
Matthew Philip Bolshaw
Antoine-Philippe Boo
Sarah Boyle
Anthony Ross Bradley
Jane Rosalind Bradshaw
Margaret Emma Bravo
Dr Peter Richard Briggs
Frank Bright
Ezechi David Michael Britton
Peter Broadbent
Michael Tom Bromby
Pawlet Brookes
Jonathan Broom-Edwards
Melanie Janine Brown
Jonathan Brownlee
Elizabeth Mary Buchanan
Dr Robert Franklin Bud
Sofia Buncy
Reverend Steven Leo Bunting
Robert James Burrows
Arjmund Jabeen Butt
Ellen Frances Buttrick
John Frederick Leonard Caiger
Hilda Campbell
Professor Lucy Jane Carpenter
Andrew Carwood
Julian MacLeod Paul Cash
Wendy Casson
Jordan Michael Catchpole
Louis Cayer
Rabbi Albert Sebastian Chait
Professor Iain Leslie Campbell Chapple
Brian Chenier
Jane Heather Chiodini
Christine Rutherford Chisholm
Joseph Choong
Anita Choudhrie
Matthew John Clark
William John Clarke
Howard Morgan Clarke
Susan Elizabeth Clarke
Peter Roland Henry Clifford TD
Alan Clifton
Victoria Laura Elizabeth Cochrane
Jonathan Coggan
Paulette Cohen
Roger George Cohen
Luke Berenger Collet-Fenson
Laura Collett
Michaela Collins
Nicola Catherine Colson
Bernadette Conlon
John Arthur Cooke
Christopher Cookson
Thomas Richard Cookson
Lieutenant Colonel (Rtd) Timothy Brian Jackson Coombe
Barbara Anne Cooper
Lee Shane Cooper
Yvonne Lucy Copley
Professor Alan Michael Cottenden
Dr Alan Charles Cotton
David Ryan Cowling
Philippa Mary Cramer
Paul Samuel Creelman
Brian Richard Crosby
Brian Crosby
Nicholas Cummins
Hilda May Dalziel
Simon Peter Darby
Edward Norman Darke
Margaret Davenport
Ian Alexander Davidson
John Iestyn Davies
Sharon Louise Davies
Alan George Davis
Phillip Dawe
Kathleen Mary Dawson
Thomas William Darnton Dean
John David Vernon Dent
Andrew Keith Gordon Denton
Dr Baljinder Singh Dhanda
Narinderjit Dhandwar
Jeremy Dick
Clare Dickens
Kevin Francis Dickens
Ezekiel Graham Dodds
David Robert Martin Donaldson
Kenneth Ross Donaldson
Michael Brian Donegan
Jill Alison Douglas (Jill Douglas Hogg)
Kathryn Mary Draper Garraway
Heather Drysdale
John William Murray Duncan
Maureen Elizabeth Dunn
Thomas Gerard Dunn
Reece Dunn
Jeremond Emric During
Jacqueline Anne Eason
Samia Claire Edmonds
Antonis Eleftheriou
Johnny Elford
Ian Martin Elgeti
Dr Margaret Patricia Ellis
Sally Elizabeth Embree
Mark Abayomi Esho
Maxine Elisabeth Helen Joyce Espley
William Delwyn Evans
Michael Norman Gwynne Evans
Anna Vanda Laura Fairchild
Paul John Fairie
Hedley Rhodes Featherstone
Monica Mary Fitzpatrick (She/Her)
Edith Mary Adelaide Fleck
Susan Deborah Fleet
Lucy Fletcher
Dylan James Fletcher-Scott
Anya Francis
Katherine Elizabeth French
Tara Chand Garlo
Imelda Gavin
Seamus Patrick Gaynor
Helen Elizabeth Gibson
Kenneth Gibson
Piers Alexander Gilliver
Charles Peter Meredith Girling
Marcia Glanvill
Tabitha Goldstaub
Hannah Rebecca Goldthorpe
Barry Macdonald Graham
Reverend Dr Samuel Grant
Dr Allison Josephine Gray
Ian Green
Richard Terence Greer
Professor Simon David Gregory DL
William John Griffiths
Kylie Grimes
Helena Grzesk
James Guy
Max Arthur Secret Hacon
Andrew Michael Haigh
Professor Euan Jonathan Hails
Graeme Morris Hamilton
Professor Steven Paul Hams
Professor Simon Peter Harding
Geoffrey Hardwicke
Sister Margaret Catherine Harlock
Sydney Robert Harris
John Sampson Harris
Neil Harris
Karime Hassan
Professor Richard John Haynes
Deena Heaney
Charlotte Sarah Henshaw
Gareth Robert Armstrong Hetherington
Christopher David Hickford
Adam Christopher Hills
Angela Holdsworth
Stephen Anthony Holland
Dr Helen Brewster Holman
Paul Mayo Holt
Anna Hopkin
Barry Horne
Heather Sara Houston
Cherylee Houston
Michael Peter Howes-Roberts
Marilyn Hubbard
Paul Clifford Hugill
Charlene Patricia Hunter
Sonja Ute Huxham
Tony Hyland
Dr Adaeze Ifezulike
Rashid Tahir Iqbal
Jayne Elizabeth Jardine
Calum George Jarvis
Oliver Brendan Jeffers
Angela Johnson
Claudette Elaine Johnson
Paul Mark Johnston
David Jonathan
Helen Jones
Jamie Daniel Peter Jones-Buchanan
Gary Michael Jordan
Annette Constance Joseph
Dr Agnes Aranka Kaposi FREng
Professor Nazira Karodia
Tully Alicia Jacqueline Kearney
Dior Adelle Kelly
Neil Emile Elias Kenlock
Erin Kennedy
Siobhan Mary Kenny
Rebecca Ann Kershaw
Mumtaz Khan
Qamar Mahmood Khan
Kaneez Khan
Bibi Rabbiyah Khan
Reynold James Kirk
Pravesh Kumar
Edwina Jayne Langley
Joanne Mary Lappin
Hardip Parkesh Singh Lawana
Timothy John Lawler
Alan Leslie Laws
Jessica Learmonth
Simon Norris Lee
Matthew Lee
Janet Belinda Lefley
Dr Vivienne Catherine Lennox
Henry Lewis
Emma Ruth Lindley
Beverley Little (Mark Little)
Cynthia Lloyd (Cyndy Lloyd)
Sanjay Lobo
Trevor William Lockhart
James Lovett
Tracy Luke
Fiona Louise Mackenzie
James Mackie JP
Paul Francis John Mackin
Mairead Mackle
Frederick George Magee
Anne Mairead Maguire
Munir Faizal Mamujee
Susan Lesley Manns
George Lennox Marcar
Patricia Ann Marchiori
Nicholas Peter Marsh
Dr Marie Eileen Marshall
Daniel William Munro Martin
Selby William Martin
Marc William Masey
Susan Jabeena Maslin
Arron John Maspero
Jacqueline Maxwell
Janet McAlister
Laurence McBreen
Margaret Pearl McBride
Professor Jackie McCoy
Janet Marjorie McDermott
Stuart Rainey McDonald
Thomas Bruce McEwen
Roger Colin McFarland
Angela Mary Veronica McIntyre DL
Kay McIntyre
Eilidh Jane McIntyre
Norman McKinley
William James McLarnin
Lynne McLeod-Finch (Lynne Baird)
Kamini Harshadbhai Mehta (Bina Mehta)
Valerie Metcalfe
Victoria Jane Miles DL
Terry Miller
Owen Miller
Richard Mills
Carol Joan Moody
Derek Richard Moody
Christopher Mark Moore
Graham Moore
Jacqueline Mai Moore
Heather Rose Morrison
Elizabeth Anne Morrison
Simon Christopher Aidan Morton
Kevin Moseley
Dr Beth Mosley
Anne Mossop
Omeima Mudawi-Rowlings
Mark Glenn Murphy
Karen Jean Napier
Christopher Paul Nash
Sobia Iqbal Nawaz
Simon Naresh Nayyar
Colin Hugh Neill
Kathryn Newell
Brian Geoffrey Newell
Danny Lewis Newland
Angus Walter Graeme Nicoll
Pretty Nkiwane
Joanne Patricia Norry
Berendina Jill Norton
Kevin Barnaby Nutt
Patrick Nyarumbu
Diane O'Donnell
Jacqueline Mary O'Hanlon
Denise Rosemary O'Leary
Natalie O'Rourke
Roger Oakley
Natalie Abigail Ojevah
Peter Oldham
Sarah Osborne
Dr Angelina Gillian Osborne
Sayyed Osman
Judith Anne Owens
Dr Dean Hugh Pallant
Susan Elizabeth Parish
Sheila Parker
Elizabeth Parkes
Dr Adele Parks
Stephen Parry
Phoebe Paterson Pine
Rosalind Mary Paul
George William Paul
Dr Sheila Pearson (Sheila Kanani)
Daniel Dean Pembroke
Dr Robert Brian Perks
Hilary Elizabeth Perrin
Zaron Perry
Ian McGregor Philip
Isaac Adolphus Phillip
Kim Phillips
Aaron David Phipps
Jane Michelle Pickthall
Thomas Pid****
Angela Plummer
Robert Kenneth Polhill
Richard David Port
David Porter
Stewart Colin Powell
Sandra Beverley Prail
Lauren Louise Price
Elizabeth Jane Pryor
Irna Mumtaz Qureshi
Avin Rabheru
Lynne Radbone
Emma Raducanu
Virinder Kuljit Kaur Rai
Giedre Rakauskaite
Onjali Qatara Rauf
Professor Emma Redding
Paul Rees
Thomas Stephen Stirling Reid
Susan Reilly (Sue Thorpe)
Luke Xavier Reynolds
Louise Diane Rhodes
David James Richards
Jane Richards
Matthew Richards
Samantha Claire Richardson
Ella Ritchie
Stewart Roberts
Dr Edward Morgan Roberts DL
James Penry Roberts
Mark Joseph Robinson
Stuart Robinson
Dr Justin William George Roe
Catharine Anna Roff
Yvonne Michelle Valerie Rogan
Jeremy Rook
Emma Louise Rosewarne
Matthew Rotherham
Barbara Elizabeth Rounsevell
Nicholas George Rouse
Kerry Michael Rubie
Dr Amar Nath Rughani
Joanna Claire Ruxton
Christopher Ryan
Mandip Kaur Sahota
Joanna Mary Salter
John Charles Edward Salter
Zimran Samuel
Dr Iram Sattar
Jacqueline Scott
Robert William Scott
Rebecca Scott
Duncan William MacNaughton Scott
Charan Kanwal Singh Sekhon
Mohammad Sehreen Seleem
Dr Abdul Karim Sesay
Selasi Awo Setufe
Deborah Michelle Sewell
Edwin John Shanks
Mhairi Macewan Sharp
David Anthony Sharp
Kester Sharpe
Natalie Charlotte Shaw
Paul Shaw
Mitesh Puspakkant Sheth
Bethany Shriever
Kim Shutler
Christine Denise Simmons
Emma Louise Simpson
James Malcolm Sinclair
Mamta Rani Singhal
Bharatkumar Jagatsingh Sisodia
Christopher Peter Skelley
Andrew Small
Gillian Smallwood
Wayne Simeon Smith
David Smith
Paul Smith
Jack Dalziel Smith
Amanda Smith (Amanda Austin)
Jason Smyth
Craiger Solomons
Katherine Mary Sparkes
Diana Jane Staines
Oliver Stanhope
Jamie Jay Stead
Lauren Steadman
Vivienne Esther Catherine Stern
Ransford George Stewart
Craig Angus Stewart
Jonathan Stewart
Kerry Lynne Stockley
Millar Thomas Stoddart DL
Bridget Lara Stratford
Deane Street
Martyn John Styles
Laura Sugar
Maisie Summers-Newton
Reverend Jonathan Swales
Jason Swettenham
Dr Bnar Talabani
Dorothy Joy Tarrant
Mandy Taylor
Michele Louise Alma Taylor
Margherita Taylor
Jennifer Taylor
Georgia Taylor-Brown
Rhian Louise Thomas
Caroline Thomas
Angela Thompson
Daniel Paul Thomson
Oliver David Townend
Anna March Trye DL
Joy Sheridan Tubbs
Jonathan Charles Turner
Clare Twomey
Saleem Uddin
Martyn Stanley Underhill
Jaco-Albert Van Gass
Andrea Vincent
Charles Viva DL
Abeda Suleman Vorajee
Lynne Wade
Timothy John Walkden-Williams
Gavin Matthew Walker
Matthew Thomas Walls
Stacy Anne Walsh
Michael John Walters
Professor Anthony Barrington Ward
Jayne Ann Ward
Lorna Ward
Martyn Leander Storme Ward
Joyce Sylvia Ward
Dr Norman Allan Waterman
Benjamin Michael Watson
Annette Jean Getty Weekes
Caroline Jane Wells DL
Lorna Havard Weston
Matthew James White
Dr Lorraine Elisabeth Whitmarsh
Professor Nalin Chandra Wickramasinghe
Caroline Mary Wilkinson
Michelle Kay Willett
Timothy John Williams
Alison Williams
Adeyemi Adedamola Williams
Jo-Anne Wilson
Andrew Wilson
Peter John Wilson
Ingrid Lesley Wilson
Charlotte Worthington
Dr Nicholas Hans Woznitza
Reverend Canon David Stanley Chadwick Wyatt
Helen Margaret Wyatt
Galal Yafai
Alexander Yee
Thomas Robert Young
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