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Graham Stuart Burton, CMG. British High commissioner, Abuja.
John Robertson Young, CMG. Lately chief Clerk, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Michael John Canning. Deputy director, Government Communications Headquarters. Dr Frances Gertrude Claire D'Souza. For services to human rights. Stewart Graham Eldon, OBE. Lately Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Lt Gen Sir John Martin Carruthers Garrod, KCB, OBE. Lately head of the Office of the High Representative of the European Union in Mostar, former Yugoslavia. John Henry Cary Gerson. Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Jean Francois Gordon. HM Ambassador, Algiers. John Illman. HM Ambassador, Lima. Hywel Ceri Jones. Lately Deputy director-General, European Commission. Professor Geoffrey Lewis Lewis. For services to Turkish studies. Alan Phillips. For services to human rights. Nigel Elton Sheinwald. Lately Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Alen Gregg Webster. Director, Development and Training Services, British Council. Nicholas James Westcott. Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Miss Elizabeth Susan Wilmshurst. Lately Legal Counsellor, UK Mission to the United Nations, New York.
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Mrs Diana Clavering Collins. For services to human rights in Southern Africa.
Professor Nigel Rodley. For services to human rights and international law.
The Honourable Ernest David Decouto, JP. Speaker, House of Assembly, Bermuda. Dr. Samuel Wilson Hynd. For services to medical missionary work in Africa. Roger George Moore. For charitable services, especially to UNICEF. Patrick Blackwell Paul. For services to British commercial interests in Hong Kong.
David Atherton. For services to music in Hong Kong. Kathryn Board. Director, British Council, Colombia. Professor Robert Lumb Broadhead. For services to child health in developing countries, especially Malawi. Julian Maurice Clarke. For public, community and human rights services, British Virgin Islands. Richard William Tebutt Coe. For services to community projects in Jamaica.
The Reverend Canon Colin Richard Chad Coussmaker. For services to British communities in the Diocese of Gibraltar in Europe.
Professor Timothy Revill Cullinan. For services to community health in Malawi. Sister Judith Ellen Dean, MBE. For services to youth and the community in Swaziland. Martin James Drake. For services to the European Monitoring Mission in former Yugoslavia. The Honourable Anthony Samuel Eden, MLA, JP. For public, community and services in the Cayman Islands. Alexander Pratt Elder. Police Adviser, British Development Division in the Caribbean. David John Foster. For humanitarian services, particularly in Eastern Europe.
Mrs Sonia Berta Fuchs. For services to community welfare at home and overseas, latterly in Russia. Lt Col Lionel Hugh Michael Gregory, MBE. For services to Commonwealth youth. Brian Ralph Hall. For public service in Bermuda. Leslie Hemery. For services to voluntary community work in Chile. Thomas Victor Higgins. For services to British exports and to the welfare of the under-privileged in Pakistan. Anthony John Humphries. Senior Information Officer, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Donald Paul Robert Jenner. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Anthony Philip Lewis. Director, British Council, Saudi Arabia. Ariel Rudolph Misick. For public service, Turks and Caicos Islands. John Leslie Watson Noal. For services to British commercial interests in Bangladesh and to the British community in Chittagong. Roderick Stokes Pryde. Lately director, British Council Teaching Centre, Hong Kong. Roderick Allan MacGregor Ramsay, MBE. For services to British-Indonesia trade and to the community. Dr. George Remington. For services to public health in the Middle East. Michael William Guild Roberts. Headmaster, British School, Amsterdam.
Mrs Elaine Margaret Ruffell. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Simon James Scarff, MBE. For services to British industry, and community service in India. Professor Malcolm Philip Dominic Baker-Smith. For services to the promotion of English in Holland. Professor David Patrick Southall. For services to childcare in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Mrs Maxine Janet Vlieland. Organising secretary, Keonigswinter Conferences. Edgar Wille. For services to management development in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Colin John Wilson. For services to British-Japanese trade.
Miss Barbara Janet Woodward. Lately First secretary, HM Embassy, Moscow. Ian Alan Worthington. Lately HM Consul-General, Ekaterinburg.
Mrs Nancy Abeiderrahmane. Honorary British Consul, Nouakchott, Mauritania. Mrs Geraldine Clair van Aerschot. Lately secretary to the Executive secretary, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. Mrs Helen Elizabeth Anderson. Head, General Office, British High Commission, Canberra. Mrs Laelia Frances Anderson. For nursing and welfare services to the community, Kenya. Miss Margaret Rose Andrews. For services to sick and underprivileged children, Zambia. Arthur John Barton. Director of Fisheries, Falkland Islands Government.
Miss Josephine Mary Bell. For nursing services with the European Commission Medical Service. Guy van den Berg. For services to the British community in Portugal. Mrs Molly Patricia Bicker. Lately Locally-engaged Officer, HM Embassy, Tirana. Stuart Leonard Bird. Lately head, Logistics Business Unit, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Mrs Patricia Bochenska. Lately chairman, Red Cross Society, Vanuatu. Terry Bramham. Locally engaged Commercial Officer, British Consulate-General, Toronto. Mrs Gillian Carol Bridgewater. Locally-engaged Accountant and Pro-Consul, Munich. Stephen Burges. Lately Honorary British Consul, Asmara.
Steven John Burke. For services to education and English Language Teaching, Malaysia. Mrs Sharon Campbell. Programme manager, Save the Children Fund, Northern Afghanistan. Mrs Elfrida Louise Chappell. For public and community service, Bermuda. Mrs Norill Ione Cox. Housekeeper/Cook, Government House, Tortola, British Virgin Islands. Dr Yasmin Nathoo Dhanji. Lately chief Practitioner, British European Medical Clinic, Kiev. Jonathan Patrick Doland. For services to UK-Qatar trade. Miss Margaret Ann Doughty. For services in promoting basic literary skills for deprived students, USA.
Alistair Charteris Duncan. For services to British-Arab understanding.
John Foreman. For services to the welfare of handicapped patients, Croatia. James Patrick Galliano, JP. For services to community welfare, Gibraltar. Colin Edwin Gately. For services to HM Government's emergency aid programme, Bosnia. Eric Mervyn George. For services to the community in the field of music, St. Helena. Mrs Mary Elizabeth Goddard. For welfare and counselling services to the English-speaking communities in Paris. Timothy James Gray. Headmaster, British School, Seoul Foreign School, Korea. Martin Hamer. For services to British engineering overseas, latterly in India. Mrs Elizabeth Harris. Wilton Park Conference Administrator, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Mrs Patricia Ruth Haynes. Personal assistant to the Governor, Bermuda. Christopher Hunter. Founder/director, Centre for Peacemaking and Community Development. Mrs Jennie Alexandra Jha. For health welfare services to the socially under-privileged in India. Miss Catherine Helen Courtier Jones. Deputy head of Mission, HM Embassy, Tirana. Roger Marcus Key. For services to the Botswana Geological Survey. Dr. Freda Lilian Kim. For charitable services to disabled children, Korea. Lawrence Richard Laws. For voluntary counselling services, Saudi Arabia. Simon James Leggett. For services to the community, Papua New Guinea. Mrs Margaret Niven Lyle. For services to the work of Cheshire Homes in Swaziland. Malcolm Alfred Anthony Mason. British vice-consul, Amsterdam, and chairman, Amsterdam RAF Association. Hans-Christoph John Gemmingen von Massenbach. Locally-engaged Commercial Officer, British Consulate-General, Duesseldorf. Graham Alexander Stuart McCulloch. Lately director, British Council, Dubai. Jamie Jonathan Miller. Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Mrs Denise Anne Oddy. For services to the British community and to local charities in Seoul. Mrs Dorothy Joan Osborn. Lately Locally-engaged Consular Officer, Harare. Mrs Carole Jennifer Pharoah. For charitable services overseas, latterly in Malaysia. Mrs Sarah Philps. For welfare services to disadvantaged children in Moscow. Richard Trevor Robinson. Honorary British Consul, Tamale, Ghana. Dr Paul Robert Bendor-Samuel. For services to medical welfare in Northern Tunisia. Mrs Eurwen Scott. For services to the local British community in Portugal. Mrs Jill Treharne Sharp. Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Mrs Eleanor Jillian Porter-Smith. For welfare services to the expatriate community in Spain. Miss Caroline Ann Smyth. Lately Charge d'Affaires, HM Embassy, Tripoli. Ross Hastings Franshow Talbot. For services to entertainment, Bermuda. George Tullo. For services to UK commercial interests in Switzerland. Mrs Marjorie Constance Turbayne, OAM. National president, Australia-Britain Society. Mrs Marion Ruth Tzanaki. British Consul, Heraklion, Crete. Mrs Camilla Augustina Watts. For services to education and community welfare, Montserrat. Mrs Geraldine Mensforth Willcox. For community service in Japan. Mrs Sidonie Grace Mary Wolper. For services to the Anglican community, Liege.
ORDER OF THE COMPANIONS OF HONOUR
General Alfred John Gardyne Drummond De Chastelain, CMM. O.C., Co-chairman, Northern Ireland Talks.