New Year Honours to members of the British diplomatic service and British citizens working in an oversea capacity.
Nicholas George Winton, MBE. For services to humanity, in saving Jewish Children from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia, 1938-39.
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Dr Richard Arthur Walton. Lately director, Communications Electronics Security Group, GCHQ.
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Sir Jeremy Quentin Greenstock, KCMG. UK permanent Representative to the United Nations.
David Robert Campbell Durie, CMG. Governor of Gibraltar.
Professor Lawrence David Freedman, CBE. For services to strategic studies.
Christopher Owen Hum, CMG. HM Ambassador, Beijing.
David Christopher Andrew Madden, CMG. HM Ambassador, Athens.
Peter James Torry. HM Ambassador, Madrid.
Philip Beverley Watts. Chairman of Shell Group. For services to British business and to the World Business Council for Sustainable Development.
Geoffrey Doyne Adams. HM Consul-General, Jerusalem.
Dr Nicola Mary Brewer. Director-General for Regional and International Affairs, Department for International Development.
Dr Andrew Gerard Coyle. Director, International Centre for Prison Studies, King's College.
Mark Justin Lyall Grant. Director for Africa, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Dr John Jenkins, LVO. HM Ambassador, Rangoon.
Albert Norman King, LVO, OBE. Counsellor, British High Commission, New Delhi.
Peter David Marshall, OBE. Lately head of Forensic Seismic Group, Atomic Weapons Establishment, Aldermaston.
Stephen John O'Flaherty. Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
David Francis Roberts. Lately Deputy director-General for Agriculture,
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Joseph Brian Donnelly, CMG. British High commissioner, Harare.
Professor John Anthony Pople, FRS. For services to chemistry.
Professor Geoffrey Bownas. For services to Japanese studies and to UK-Japanese relations.
Richard Anthony Neil Crompton. Charge" d'Affaires, Tehran.
Dr Geoffrey Dean. For services to medical research.
Professor Anthony Edward Jones. For services to the promotion of British art in the USA.
Bishop David Leake. Lately Anglican Bishop of Argentina. For services to the local and British communities in Argentina.
David Erroll Prior Palmer. For services to newspaper publishing and British business interests in Ireland.
Martyn Allen. For services to British commercial interests in the Republic of Korea.
Mrs Cynthia Anita Louise Astwood, MBE. For public service, Turks and Caicos Islands.
James Benson. For services to British art in the USA.
David Blume. For services to British commercial interests in Japan.
(Harry) Grant Buck. For services to UK-Venezuelan relations.
Dr Manilal Premchand Chandaria. For services to British business interests and the community in Kenya.
Roger Owen Cranville. For services to British commercial interests in the USA.
The Rt Rev Colin Cameron Davies. Bishop of Ngong. For services to rural development and the local community in Kenya.
Christopher John Dix. Director of Visa Services, British High Commission, New Delhi.
Ms Clare Catherine Dixon. Head of Latin American and Caribbean Section, CAFOD.
Caroline, Lady Egerton. Member of Council, British School at Rome.
Ms Sarah Catherine Ewans. Lately secretary to the British Council.
Charles Blandford Farr. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Ms Francesca Josephine Giovanna Flessati. First secretary, British Embassy, Athens.
Dr Geoffrey Foster. Director of the Family AIDS Caring Trust, Zimbabwe.
Nicholas John Foster. Counsellor, British Embassy, Athens.
Basil Andrew George. For services to the community, St. Helena.
Mrs Angela May Gillon. Lately Senior Principal Research Officer, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
David John Greer. For services to British commercial interests in the Philippines.
Michael Andrew Hague. For services to British commercial interests in Malaysia.
Detective Chief Superintendent Duncan Roger Jarrett. For services to the Greek authorities in countering terrorism.
Mrs Wendy Joy Jones. For services to the development of hospice care in Russia.
Robert Anthony Kelly. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Mrs Susan Margaret Kinoshita. First secretary, British Embassy, Tokyo.
John Brian Lott. For services to international trade.
Alasdair James MacKintosh. For services to the British community in Portugal.
Dr David Mann. For services to healthcare in Africa.
Professor Alfred Alan Henry Mayhew. For services to UK-Polish relations.
Philip William Peter Munn, MBE. For services to British commercial and community interests in Peru.
Michael Nathanson. For services to UK-Italian relations.
Ms Christina Mary Noble. For services to children in Vietnam.
Dr John Bryan Maxwell Pattison. For services to British interests in
Ian Douglas Pawlby. Head of Connect Youth, British Council HQ.
Andrew Charles Puddephatt. Director, Article 19. For services to human rights.
John Lowood Richards. For services to British commercial interests in Iran.
John Rutherford. Lately Regional director, Invest UK, Hong Kong.
Mrs Heather Margaret Saunders. For her support to the Greek authorities in their counter-terrorism campaign.
Ms Teresa Maria Scholtz. Senior Business manager, British Council HQ.
Ms Jean Merilyn Simmons. For services to acting.
Wing Cdr John Howard Simpson, DFC, AE. For services to ex-servicemen in Ireland.
Dr Robert William Bensted-Smith. For services to environmental conservation.
Jonathan Philip Chadwick Sumption. For services to historical research and UK-French cultural relations.
John Julius Thouron. For services to UK-USA relations.
Mrs Frances Lesley Smith Wain. Lately head of Unit, Humanitarian Aid Office, European Commission.
Dr John Scott Younger. For services to civil engineering and British business interests in Indonesia.
Miss Rose Jane Acock. Director, Development Organisation for Rural Sichuan, China.
Mrs Karen Alanizi. For services to fund-raising for leukaemia research.
Ms Claudette Anderson. For public service, Falkland Islands.
Miss Narina Anwar. For services to victims of forced marriage and for
dedication to raising awareness of the issue.
Eric George Atkins. For services to trade development and promotion.
Ms Sharon Amudatu Ayo. Senior International Student Welfare Adviser, British Council HQ.
Dr Louis Yale Bardfield. For ophthalmic services and service to the community, Anguilla.
Herbert Eugene Bascombe. For services to catering and the community, Bermuda.
Mrs Nancy Benham. For services to women, children and disabled people, and to
the British community, in Bangladesh.
Mrs Valerie Olive Bouic. Medical social worker. chief Nursing Officer, Red Cross Society, Mauritius.
John Leonard Frederick Brownridge, MVO. For services to the British
Consulate-General in Jerusalem and to the local and British communities throughout the Palestinian territories.
Mrs Alison Jane Burke. Personal assistant, British High Commission, New Delhi.
John Charles Chick. HM Consul, Kathmandu.
Irvin Hartley Coalbrooke. For public service, Turks and Caicos Islands.
Dr John Emmanuel Cortes, JP. For services to ecology and conservation in Gibraltar.
Jayd Davies. Vice-Consul, British Consulate-General, Jerusalem.
Miss Hazel Dixon. Security Officer, British High Commission, Maputo.
Miss Ellen Findlay. For services to Healthcare in Nepal.
Professor James Clive Finlayson. For archaeological and museum services in Gibraltar.
Michael Martin Fox. Advocate. For services to UK-Israel relations.
Ms Deborah Bridget Hellyer. Honorary British vice-Consul, Menorca.
Maurice Adolphe Hillebrandt. For services to D-Day commemoration.
Raymond John Holden. Driver, British Embassy, Washington.
Alan Roy James. Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Kenneth Roy Kelly. For services to British defence heritage.
Ms Eilidh Anne Kennedy. Lately Second secretary, British Embassy, Pyongyang.
Mrs Anne Therese Kershaw. For services to air transport in Antarctica.
David Lambert. Voluntary Service Overseas volunteer. For services to the development of English language studies in Mongolia. (Whitstable, Kent)
Stephen Roy Layton. For services to rural development and the British community in Papua New Guinea.
Sister Valerie Ishbel Lewis. For services to nursing and the community, Montserrat.
Owen George Francis Ryall Masters. For services to election monitoring and the promotion of democracy in the Eastern Adriatic region.
Charles Richard Alexander Meade. For public service, Montserrat.
Mrs Anne Skilling Bell Morton. Lately vice-Consul, British Consulate-General, Los Angeles.
Richard David Nerurkar. Director, Great Ethiopian Run. For services to international athletics.
Mrs Yvonne Elizabeth Norton. For services to British commercial interests in Chile.
George Albert William Outhwaite. British vice-Consul, British Consulate, Alicante.
Ms Patricia Philomena Pallister. Accountant, British Consulate-General, Sydney.
Douglas Paterson. For services to the British community in the Philippines.
Mrs Amanda Jane Mary Patker. Visa assistant, British Deputy High Commission, Mumbai.
Mary Margaret Anne Pico. Commercial assistant, British Embassy, Madrid.
Mrs Jill Pratt. For services to the British community in Argentina.
Ms Rachel Rennie. For services to British war veterans in Italy.
Malcolm Ernest Rowe. For services to British business interests and to the local community in Russia.
Mrs Beryl Irene Rubert. For services to the British community in the United States.
Leonard Edward Kendal Ryan. For public service, Cayman Islands.
Mrs Edith Alexandra Simpson. Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
David Gordon Blakeway Smith. For youth services in Cyprus.
Mrs Irene Louise Stagnetto. For public service, Gibraltar.
Ms Sian Rosemary Stickings. For services to the local and British communities in Russia.
Graham Maurice Sutcliffe. For services to the arts in Vietnam and to UK-Vietnamese cultural relations.
Capt Anthony Ronald Timbs. For services to sailing and adventure training for young people.
Frederick William Tucker. For services to sport and the community, Bermuda.
Mrs Helene Weaver. Lately secretary to the College of Heads of Administration of the European Institutions.
Reginald Whitburn. For services to British ex-servicemen in Belgium.
Ian White. Chief executive, Glencree Centre for Reconciliation, Ireland.
John Richard Parry-Williams. For services to Save the Children.
Lt Col Digby Jeremie Willoughby, MC. Lately Executive secretary, St Moritz Tobogganing Club (Cresta Run), Switzerland.
Gilbert James Yon. For services to the community, St Helena.