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Birthday Honours 2000 Friday, 16 June, 2000, 21:06 GMT 22:06 UK
Knights Bachelor etc
Knights Bachelors are given the title of "Sir" and their wives "Lady", and women receiving the honour are styled "Dame"


KNIGHTS BACHELOR
Professor Anthony Barnes Atkinson, Warden, Nuffield College, University of Oxford. For services to economics. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)
David Rowat Barclay, For charitable services. (Monte Carlo, Monaco)
Frederick Hugh Barclay, For charitable services. (Monte Carlo, Monaco)
David Sydney Rowe-Beddoe, Chairman, Welsh Development Agency. For services to industrial and economic development in Wales. (Abergavenny, Monmouthshire)
Ian Charles Rayner Byatt, Director general of Water Services. For services to water consumers and to the water industry. (Birmingham, West Midlands)
Michael Caine, CBE Actor. For services to drama. (London, SW10)
William Martin Castell, Chief executive, Nycomed Amersham plc. For services to the life sciences industry. (Limpsfield Chart, Surrey)
Iain Geoffrey Chalmers, For services to health care. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)
Howard John Davies, Chairman, Financial Services Authority. For services to financial regulation. (London, W6)
Stuart Anthony Lipton, Chief executive, Stanhope plc. For services to the property industry and to the environment. (London, W1Y)
Murdo Maclean, Private secretary to the Chief Whip, Chief Whip's Office, 12 Downing Street. (London, SW1W)
Professor Roderick Norman McIver MacSween, Former president, Royal College of Pathologists and chairman, Academy of Medical Royal Colleges. For services to medicine and to pathology. (Glasgow)
Neil William David McIntosh, CBE Chairman, Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations. For services to the community. (Moffat, Dumfriesshire)
Graham Morgan, Executive director of nursing and quality, North West London Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to health care. (London, W14)
Professor Howard Joseph Newby, CBE Vice-Chancellor, University of Southampton. For services to higher education. (Malmesbury, Wiltshire)
John David Phillips, QPM Chief Constable, Kent County Constabulary. For services to the police. (Kent)
Professor George Karoly Radda, CBE, FRS Chief executive, Medical Research Council. For services to biomedical science. (Bicester, Oxfordshire)
Professor John Shipley Rowlinson, FRS For services to chemistry, chemical engineering and to education. (Headington, Oxfordshire)
Paul Brierley Smith, CBE Designer. For services to the fashion industry. (London, W8)
George Sweeney, Principal, Knowsley Community College. For services to further education. (Appleton, Cheshire)
Robert Andrew Wales, Leader, London Borough of Newham. For services to local government. (London, E7)
John Anthony Wall, CBE Chairman, Royal National Institute for the Blind. For services to disabled people. (Worcester Park, Surrey)
Professor Adrian Leonard Webb, Vice-Chancellor, University of Glamorgan. For services to higher education. (Cowbridge, South Glamorgan)
Alan Charles Laurence Whistler, CBE Glass-engraver, poet and writer. For services to art. (Chulmleigh, Devon)
Nicholas Charles Young, Chief executive, Macmillan Cancer Relief. For services to cancer care. (London, SW20)

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