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New Year Honours 2000 Saturday, 30 December, 2000, 00:07 GMT
Diplomatic Service and overseas
New Year Honours to members of the British diplomatic service and British citizens working in an oversea capacity.

KNIGHTS BACHELOR
David Martin Brown. For services to British industry.
Dr Anthony John Francis O'Reilly. For long and distinguished service to Northern Ireland.

ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE

GCMG
Sir Peter John Goulden, KCMG. Permanent Representative, UKDEL NATO, Brussels.

KCMG
Dr Arthur Richard Jolly. For long and distinguished service to international development.
Derek John Plumbly, CMG. HM Ambassador, Riyadh.
Nigel Elton Sheinwald, CMG. Permanent Representative, UKREP, Brussels.
Rt Rev Simon Barrington-Ward, CMG. Prelate, Order of St Michael and St George.

CMG
Miss Alyson Judith Kirtley Bailes. HM Ambassador, Helsinki.
Anthony Russell Brenton. Director, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Andrew Thomas Cahn. Lately Chef de Cabinet, European Commission.
Professor Ivor Norman Richard Davies. For services to Central European history.
Miss Caroline Myfanwy Tonge Elmes. HM Ambassador, Luanda.
Professor Michael Leifer. For services to UK-South East Asian relations.
Helen Meixner. Regional director Central Europe, British Council.
John McLeod Scarlett, OBE. Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Andrew William Graham Summers. For promotion of the excellence of UK design internationally.
Derek James Alexander Taylor. For services to UK-Mauritius trade.
Philip Lloyd Thomas. Lately HM Consul-General, Dusseldorf.
Jeremy Walter Thorp. HM Ambassador, Bogota.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

CBE
Michael Harrington Dale. For services to British commercial interests, North America.
Lyndon Rees Evans. For services to accelerator physics.
The Hon Mr Justice Gerald Michael Godfrey. Lately Justice of Appeal, Hong Kong, Special Administrative Region.
Eric Edward Hotung. For services to British charitable interests overseas.
John Alexander Kennedy. For services to UK-Latin American trade.
The Hon Mr Justice Henry Denis Litton, OBE, QC. Lately Judge, Hong Kong, Special Administrative Region.
Leopold Nathaniel Mills II. For public service, Bermuda.
Michael Shears. For services to international trade and trade development strategy.
Ljubo Franjo Sirc. For services to the promotion of democracy in Central and Eastern Europe.

OBE
Mrs Georgina Teresa Ashworth. For services to international human rights.
Geoffrey Frederick Bacon. For services to UK-Canadian relations.
The Rt Rev Kenneth Lawrence Barham. For services to the communities of Central Africa.
Mrs Sonia Wild Bicanic. For services to UK-Croatian cultural relations.
Allen Christopher Brookes. First secretary, British High Commission, Canberra.
Nicholas John Burraston. For services to UK commercial interests in Hungary.
Dr Fiona Jean Ward Burslem. For services to health care in Pakistan.
Christopher Cviic. For services to the promotion of democracy in Central Europe.
Alan Richard Kirk Dickson. For service to the British community in Argentina.
Dr Michael David Downham, MBE. For services to the community, Sierra Leone.
Michael Reginald Frost. Lately First secretary, Lagos.
Professor Joseph Roger Carby-Hall. For services to UK-Polish relations and international law.
Professor Anthony David Harries. For services to the study of tuberculosis in Africa.
Graham Peter Harris, MBE. Security Officer, British High Commission, Pretoria.
Dr John Hawkins. Acting head of Finance, British Council Headquarters.
Dr Lynne Myfanwy Jones. For services to child psychology and mental health in war-affected areas of Central Europe.
Mrs Ethel De Keyser. For services to human rights.
Capt Mabry Salisbury Kirkconnell, MBE, JP. For public service, Cayman Islands.
Irving Yee Yin Koo. For services to British commercial interests, Hong Kong.
Andrzej Filip Krassowski. Lately assistant director Development, UN Secretariat.
Mrs Leah Sarah Levin. For services to international human rights.
George Colin Magnus. For services to Chevening Scholarships in Hong Kong.
Thomas Gregory Burns Maranon. For services to UK-Spanish cultural relations.
James Rae McCulloch. HM Ambassador, Reykjavik.
Michael McDowell. Senior director, Overseas Development Council.
Kenneth John Millband. For services to the local community in Nepal.
Mrs Valerie Joy Mitchell. For services to The English Speaking Union.
Dr Alastair Neil Robertson Niven. Director Literature, British Council Headquarters.
Miss Charlotte Tessa Rampling. For services to acting and UK-French cultural relations.
Professor Vera Helen Rees. For services to health care in South Africa.
Dr Paul David Sayer. For services to veterinary medicine in Kenya.
Sister Maria Lia Schwarzmuller. For services to leprosy relief in Tanzania.
Dominic Kingsley Eason Scott. Lately First secretary, British High Commission, New Delhi.
Michael Roger Pearson Smith. For services to British commercial interests in Argentina.
Paul Stanislas. For services to British commercial interests in the United States of America.
Patrick Stewart. For services to acting and the cinema.
Mrs Maureen Patricia Stratford. For services to the mentally handicapped in Guangzhou, China.Dr Reginald Brian Stratford. For services to the mentally handicapped in Guangzhou, China.
David Martin Tait. For services to the Promotion of British aviation interests in the United States of America.
Dr Robin Erskine Tattersall. For public service, British Virgin Islands.
Michael Denis Alistair Terry. For services to human rights.
Richard Paul Raynier Thompson. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Anthony Trew. For services to British commercial interests and the community, Abu Dhabi.
John Watson. For services to British commercial interests in the United States of America.
Alan James White. British Consul, Gothenburg.

MBE
Miss Katherine Joan Allen. For services to education in Tanzania.
Mrs Dora Daisy Anderson. For services to the handicapped, Brasilia.
Mrs Cheryl Eileen Anthony. For services to the community, Ascension Island.
David Raib Arch. For public service, Cayman Islands.
Mrs Susan Scott Arnold. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Gordon Leslie Bailey. For service to the British community, Bahrain.
Mrs Patricia Anne Bebbington. Senior Programme Officer for international development, Eastern Africa.
Mesod Benady. For services to local history, Gibraltar.
Albert David Bertram. For services to Cockermouth/Marvejois town twinning.
Miss Jane Ernestine Best. For services to British cultural interests in Japan.
Mrs Jean Florence Bradshaw. Chairman, Electoral Reform International Services.
Sean Gilbert Peter Burns. Lately British vice-Consul, Dakar.
David John Butler. For services to the British community, Madrid.
Mrs Sonia Stewart Carr. For services to the British community, Oman.
John Asprey Chiles. For services to British ex-servicemen, Pakistan.
Alexander Cowie Cumming. Lately British Honorary Consular Officer, Praslin.
Jacques Conrad Davis. For services to the British community, Algeria.
Alberto Santolaya Diaz. British vice-Consul, Alicante.
Miss Rosalind Wendy Doak. Commercial assistant, Dublin.
Richard Hugh Doggett. For services to British ex-servicemen, France.
Stephen Jordan Donnelly. British vice-Consul, Paris.
Derek James Doyle. Commercial Officer, Bilbao.
John Edward Dunford. For services to the local community, Thailand.
Eric Ellis. British Pro-Consul, Bordeaux.
Jean-Pierre Anthony Gross. Lately Deputy head Interpretation Service, NATO.
Stephen Thomas Harrison. Lately British Consul-General, Ekaterinburg.
Dr Elizabeth Annie Hills. For services to health care in Tanzania.
Mrs Megan Macdonald Hunt. Vice-Consul, Brisbane.
Sister Catherine Judith Mary Jackson. For services to the blind, Harare.
Lt Col Neville Jackson, TD. For services to the Pegasus Memorial Project, France.
Rodney Norman Meredew Johnson. For services to the British community in New York.
Mrs Genevieve Jones. For services to UK-Norwegian relations.
Miss Elizabeth Margaret Kennard. For services to child care, Sri Lanka.
Paul Stephen Kennedy. Commercial director, Commonwealth Institute.
Robert Liddle Kilgour. For services to British cultural interests, Denmark.
Mrs Jacqueline Elizabeth Lightbourne. Chief Nursing Officer, Bermuda.
Martin Paul Smith Lomas. Emergencies Adviser, OXFAM.
Mrs Jan Yvonne Long. UK Regional Network manager, British Council Headquarters.
Mrs Patricia Charters McBride. For services to the British community, Northern France.
Miss Emma Caroline Mills. Management Officer, British Office, Pristina.
Mrs Elizabeth Marie Mroz. For public service, Bermuda.
Mrs Barbara Louise Neasham. For services to the British community, Lisbon.
Nigel William Pattinson. Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Peter Stephen Hoskin Pollitt. For services to British Naval Personnel, United Arab Emirates.
John William Redfern. For services to English Language teaching, Brasilia.
David Remfry. For services to British art in the United States of America.
Anthony John Richards. For services to education, Malaysia.
James Alfred Shallcross. For services to English Language teaching, Madrid.
Mrs Clementine Jane Singh. PA to Commercial Counsellor, British High Commission New Delhi.
Mrs Angela Theresa Sweeney. British vice-Consul, HM Embassy Rome.
Miss Stephanie Lavinia Sweet. British Consul, Tangier.
Mrs Clarice Vera Swinden. For services to the British community, Alicante.
Miss Sarah Ann Uppard. For services to Save the Children in Rwanda.
Mrs Eileen Rose Young. For services to health care in Zambia.

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