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Birthday Honours 2000 Friday, 16 June, 2000, 21:06 GMT 22:06 UK
CBEs I - W
Commander of the British Empire, part of the awards created by King George V in 1917.

Professor Barry William Ife, Cervantes Professor of Spanish, King's College, London. For services to Hispanic studies. (Woodbridge, Suffolk)
Mrs Yvonne Clare Jeffries, Former Headteacher, Haywood High School, Stoke on Trent. For service to education. (Cheadle, Staffordshire)
Suresh Kamal Khanna, Director, Middle East and Africa, British Trade International, Department of Trade and Industry. (Gillingham, Kent)
Derek Robert Langslow, Former chief executive, English Nature. For services to nature conservation. (Peterborough, Cambridgeshire)
Mrs Judith Littlewood, Chief Research Officer, Research Analysis and Evaluation Division, Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions. (Maidenhead, Berkshire)
Professor Richard Brabazon Macrory, Member, Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution. For services to environment protection and law. (Tackley, Oxfordshire)
Mrs Kim Manley, Acting head, Practice Development, Royal College of Nursing. For services to the development of quality care for patients. (Nr Tunbridge Wells, Kent)
Mrs Mandy Shala Mayer, Former head, Year 2000 Team, Cabinet Office. (London, NW6)
Allen James McClay, OBE For services to the pharmaceutical industry and to industry/university partnerships. (Cookstown, Tyrone)
Ann McPherson, General Medical Practitioner, Oxford. For services to teenage health and to innovations in women's health care. (Oxford)
Samuel Alexander Mendes, Theatre and film director. For services to drama. (London, WC2H)
Professor Ian Cedric Milburn, Deputy managing director, Nissan Technical Centre Europe Ltd. For services to industry and science. (Apsley Guise, Bedfordshire)
Miss Anthea Christine Millett, For services to the Teacher Training Agency. (Nr Salisbury, Wiltshire)
Martin Anthony Mogg, For public service. (Belfast)
Miss Oona Grant Muirhead, OBE Former director of Information Strategy and News, Ministry of Defence. (London, E1)
Raymond Francis O'Brien, Chairman, Speke Garston Development Company. For services to regeneration on Merseyside. (Solihull, West Midlands)
Michael O'Connor, Director of the Millennium Commission. For services to the Millennium. (London, N16)
Sean O'Dwyer, OBE, JP Chairman, Omagh Fund. For services to industry, education and to the community. (Londonderry)
Professor Christopher John Oliver, Former consultant, Defence Evaluation and Research Agency, Ministry of Defence. (Malvern, Worcestershire)
Philip Christopher Ondaatje, For charitable services to museums and galleries. (London, SW1W)
Gordon Francis De Courcy Page, Chief executive, Cobham plc. For services to the defence and aerospace industries. (Ferndown, Dorset)
Michael Parkinson, For services to broadcasting. (Berkshire)
Laurence Arthur Pavelin, Grade 5, National Assembly for Wales. (Penarth, South Glamorgan)
Miss Sian Phillips, Actress. For services to drama. (London, WC2B)
Professor Anne Elizabeth Power, MBE For services to regeneration and the promotion of resident participation. (London, N5)
Ms Anne Quinn, Group vice president, BP Amoco plc. For services to gas marketing. (London, W8F)
Roderick James Rennet, Chief executive, East of Scotland Water Authority. For services to water supplies. (Edinburgh)
Mervyn Rolfe, JP, DL Depute Leader, Dundee City Council. For services to local government. (Dundee)
Roger Colin Shelton, Managing director, R Griggs Group plc. For services to the footwear manufacturing industry. (Nr Newmarket, Suffolk)
Alan Sinclair, Chief executive, Wise Group. For services to training for long-term unemployed people. (Glasgow)
Miss Prudence Patricia Skene, Dance Executive and member, Arts Council of England. For services to the arts, especially dance. (Bath, Somerset)
Joseph Desmond Smyth, For services to broadcasting and to business. (Belfast)
Mrs Saxon May Spence, Member, Devon County Council. For services to local government. (Exeter, Devon)
Neil Spencer, Deputy director, HM Board of Inland Revenue. (Buckinghamshire)
John Stannard, Director, National Literacy Strategy, Department for Education and Employment. (Horndean, Hampshire)
Brian Reginald Taylor, Former chief executive, Wardle Storeys plc. For services to the defence and aerospace industries. (Nr Marlborough, Wiltshire)
Keith Henry Taylor, Former chairman, Esso UK plc. For services to the oil and gas industry. (Lymington, Hampshire)
Professor Janet Thornton, FRS For services to structural biology. (Hemel Hempstead, Herts)
Stewart Till, Former president, Universal Pictures International. For services to the film industry. (Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire)
Professor Anthea Margaret Tinker, For services to housing for older people. (London, N1)
David Christopher Veness, QPM Assistant Commissioner, Metropolitan Police Service. For services to the police. (Surrey)
Christopher James Vickers, Chairman, Construction Industry Board. For services to surveying and to the construction industry. (Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire)
Professor Leslie Wagner, Vice-Chancellor, Leeds Metropolitan University. For services to higher education and to the Jewish community. (Leeds, West Yorkshire)
Mrs Janet Anne Warwick, Headteacher, Rhyn Park School, St Martins, Oswestry, Shropshire. For services to education. (Shropshire)
Miss Fanny Waterman, OBE Chairman, Leeds International Pianoforte Competition. For services to music. (Leeds, West Yorkshire)
William Powell Wilkins, For services to environmental projects in West Wales. (Nr Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire)
Professor Robert George Will, Director, Creutzfeldt-Jacob Disease Surveillance Unit. For services to health care. (Edinburgh)
Mrs Pamela Jill Wilson, TEC director, Further Education Funding Council Committee for Yorkshire and Humberside. For services to education and training. (Halifax, West Yorkshire)
Martin Harry Wolf, Associate Editor and chief economics commentator, The Financial Times. For services to financial journalism. (London, SE21)
John Henry Wonnacott, Painter. For services to art. (Leigh on Sea, Essex)
James Humphrey George Woollcombe, Chairman, Devon and Cornwall Careers. For services to young people. (Plympton, Devon)
Alan Will Wyatt, Former chief executive, broadcasting, BBC. For services to broadcasting. (Oxon)

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