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Birthday Honours 2000 Friday, 16 June, 2000, 21:06 GMT 22:06 UK
Order of Bath etc
The Order of the Bath is an order of chivalry and was founded in 1725.

The order has a civil and military division and is awarded in the following ranks: Knight Grand Cross (GCB), Knight Commander (KCB) and Companion (CB).

The Order of St Michael and St George This Order was founded by King George III in 1818 and is awarded to British subjects who have rendered extraordinary and important service abroad or in the Commonwealth.


ORDER OF THE BATH

KCB
Stephen James Lander, CB Director-General, Security Service. (London)
John Laughlin Semple, CB Head, Northern Ireland Civil Service. (Down)

CB
Harry John Bush, Deputy director, Financial Regulation and Industry, HM Treasury. (London, W1H)
David Randall Coates, Chief Economic Adviser and head, Economics Profession, Department of Trade and Industry. (London, NW1)
Michael Barclay Gahagan, Director, Housing Directorate, Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions. (Amersham, Buckinghamshire)
Robert Smith Benzie Gordon, Head, Executive Secretariat, Scottish Executive. (Edinburgh)
Paul Richard Charles Gray, Group director, Department of Social Security. (Saffron Walden, Essex)
Barrie Rowland Ireton, Director-General, resources, Department for International Development. (London, SE22)
Michael Alan Johns, Chief executive, Valuation Office Agency and commissioner of Inland Revenue, HM Board of Inland Revenue. (London, N10)
Peter Alan Shaw, Director general, Finance and Analytical Services, Department for Education and Employment. (Godalming, Surrey)
Hugh Taylor, Director of Human Resources, NHS Executive, Department of Health. (London, SE22)
Mrs Janet Thompson, Chief executive, Forensic Science Service, Home Office. (London, SW1P)

ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE

CMG
Anthony John Cragg, Former Assistant Secretary General, Defence Planning and Operations, NATO. (London)
Roy Gregory Reynolds, For services to the Commonwealth Development Corporation. (Oxshott, Surrey)

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