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Diplomatic Service and Overseas List
Awards to members of the British diplomatic service and British citizens working in an overseas capacity in the 2003 Queen's Birthday honours.


KNIGHTS BACHELOR
Kenneth Hugo Adam, OBE. For services to film production design and to UK-German relations.
Dr Alistair Allan Horne, CBE. Historian. For services to UK-French relations.
Dr Kenneth Robinson. Academic writer and speaker. For services to art.

ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE

GCMG
Sir John Robertson Young, KCMG. British High commissioner, New Delhi.

KCMG
John Frederick Mogg. Lately director-General Internal Markets and Financial Services, European Commission.
Peter John Westmacott, CMG, LVO. HM Ambassador, Ankara.

CMG
Richard Harding Alford, OBE. Director Italy, British Council.
Andrew Robert Fowell Buxton. For services to UK trade.
Judge Ian Burns Campbell. Lately Deputy High Representative for Legal Affairs, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Bruce Harry Dinwiddy. Governor, Cayman Islands.
Dr Carol Dow. Chief Medical Adviser, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Edward Charles Glover, MVO. Lately British High commissioner, Georgetown.
Air Vice-Marshal Hubert Desmond Hall, CB, CBE, AFC. For services to UK-Australia relations.
Nigel Norman Inkster. Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
John MacCalman (Ian) Little, CBE. Lately member of the UK delegation to the European Economic and Social Committee and president of its Employers Group.
Dr Rosalind Mary Marsden. Director Asia-Pacific, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Percival Edward Tarling. Deputy director-General, General Secretariat, Council of the European Union.

ORDER OF THE COMPANIONS OF HONOUR

CH
David Hugh Alexander Baron Hannay of Chiswick, GCMG. Lately UK Special Representative for Cyprus.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

DBE
Dr (Valerie) Jane Goodall, CBE. For services to the environment and conservation.

KBE
Roger George Moore, CBE. For charitable services, especially to UNICEF and Kiwanis International.
The Hon Michael Aiden Pakenham, CMG. HM Ambassador, Warsaw.

CBE
David Allan Burns, CMG. For services to the FCO Association.
Colin Nigel Callender. For services to the UK film and television industries in the USA.
Michael Francis Geoghegan. For services to British business interests in Brazil.
Sidney Walter Robert Hickman, OBE. For services to British business interests and to the British and local communities in Mexico.
Lee Alexander McQueen. Fashion designer. For services to the fashion industry.
Howard Rosen. For services to British business interests in Switzerland.
Dr Frank Henry Taylor. For services to UK-Indian cultural relations.
Mrs Yvonne Geraldine Whittaker. For services to the voluntary sector.

OBE
Dr Bruce Arnold. For services to journalism and UK-Irish relations.
James Jose"-Maria Arroyo. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Richard Patrick Faithorn Barber. For services to international trade.
David Murray Blake. For services to the India Office Records.
Rex Brown. For services to UK commercial interests in the Middle East.
Edmund George Capon. For services to the promotion of British art in Australia.
Piers William Alexander Cazalet. Lately First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Ms Anna Louise Clunes. First secretary, UK Mission to the United Nations, New York.
James Atchison Cogan. Founder and director of Students Partnership Worldwide.
Mrs Nancy Dargel. For services to Oxford University and the British community in Switzerland.
Paul Dugan. For services to British business interests and the British community in Saudi Arabia.
Michael John Elliott. For services to British journalism in the USA.
David George Glasgow. For services to British commercial interests in Poland.
Manzoor Hasan. Lately Executive director, Transparency International Bangladesh.
Mrs Rosemary Eileen Hilhorst. Director, Connecting Futures project, British Council.
Mrs Susan Elizabeth Hogwood, MBE. HM Ambassador, Kigali.
Eric Jenkinson. Lately First secretary, British Embassy Tehran.
David Nigel Kay. For services to British business interests and the British community in the USA.
Lee Kirkham. For services to Save the Children in Africa.
Ms Alison Lane. For services to disadvantaged children in Mexico.
Kevin David Lewis. Lately director Bulgaria, British Council.
Peter Baron Maynard. For services to the British and local communities in Ecuador.
James Forbes McCulloch. For services to British exports.
Professor David Paul Mellor. For services to British scholarship schemes overseas.
Mrs Edris O'Neal. For services to the community, British Virgin Islands.
Eric Albert Pearse Hughes. For services to UK-Mexican cultural relations and to the British community in Mexico.
Richard Fowler Pelly. For services to the Budapest Festival Orchestra and to the British community in Hungary.
Ms Emma Playfair. Lately Executive director Interights. For services to the promotion of human rights.
Dr Harry Lindsay Potter. DfID Natural Resources and Rural Livelihoods Adviser, Malawi.
David Elliott Ritch, JP. For public service, Cayman Islands.
Michael Richard Rogers. For services to the British community and charities in Switzerland.
Krishna Savjani. Honorary British Consul, Blantyre and Honorary Legal Adviser to the British High Commission Lilongwe.
Nickleby Robin Duncan Tait. For services to British business interests in Australia.
Ms Kristin Scott Thomas. For services to acting and to UK-French cultural relations.
Linton Nathaniel Tibbetts. For services to the community, Cayman Islands.
Cdr John Martin Williamson Topp. Royal Navy. For services to the environment and conservation in the British Indian Ocean Territory.
Graham Beverley Tullet. For services to ex-servicemen and to the British community in India.
David Douglas Willey. BBC Correspondent, Rome.
Mrs Alma Williams. Lately member of the UK delegation to the European Economic and Social Committee.
Mark Adrian Wilson. Honorary British Consul, Bali. For services to the victims of the Bali bombing.
Philip John Wilson. Assistant to the Honorary British Consul, Bali. For services to victims of the Bali bombing.
Ms Belinda Anne Irene Wright. For services to the protection of wildlife and endangered species in India.

MBE
Ronald Campbell Gerrett Allison. For services to the British community in Norway.
Trevor Arnold. For services to international trade.
Peter Denzil Barnett. For services to victims of the Bali bombing.
David Bascome. For services to sport and young people, Bermuda.
James Menzies Bone. For services to the British community in Libya.
Mrs Marina Laura Brook. For services to victims of the Bali bombing.
Ms Susan Elizabeth (Sukey) Cameron. For public service, Falkland Islands.
Michael Evan Carrick. For services to Voluntary Service Overseas and the UK One World Linking Association.
Mrs Jacqueline Howard Cerdan. Vice-Consul, British Consulate-General New York.
Lewis Frank Cobb. For services to the Mission to Seafarers and to the British community in Tanzania.
Orrett Lenard Connor. For public service, Cayman Islands.
Jim Dale. For services to the promotion of British children's literature in the USA.
John Donnell Denoon. For technical works services to the British High Commission, Islamabad.
Canon Clive Duncan. For services to the community, St. Helena.
Carson Kimbal Ebanks, JP. For public service, Cayman Islands.
Stephen Paul Evans. Third secretary, British High Commission Singapore.
John Spencer Freeman. For services to reform of Customs Services in the Balkans.
Dr Graham William Giles. For services to disadvantaged children in Romania.
Shaun Goater. For services to sport and young people, Bermuda.
Mrs Suzanne Victoria Hill. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Edwin Arthur Horlington. For services to British ex-servicemen and to UK-Greek relations.
Miss Jean Pansy Howe. For services to the British and local communities in Tanzania.
Lee Barry Thomas Jackson. Vice-Consul, British Consulate-General Hong Kong.
Miss Linda Margaret Jackson. Personal assistant to director-General, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Taranjit Singh Jhita. Third secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Mrs Marie Clare Kelsall. For services to victims of the Bali bombing.
Mrs Jennifer Jacqueline King. For services to schools for children with special needs in the United Arab Emirates.
Miss Maureen Lower. For services to British and German elderly and disabled people in Germany.
David William Magson. For services to victims of the Bali bombing.
Miss Sarah Elizabeth Mannell. Third secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Peter Willoughby Marsden. Information Co-ordinator, British Agencies Afghanistan Group.
William McGreeghan. Lately Senior Protection and Security Officer, UN International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia.
Miss Elizabeth Middleton. For services to disadvantaged children in China.
Lady Diana Dorothy Auriol Moate. Assistant secretary, British-American Parliamentary Group.
Peter William Lloyd Morgan. Lately member of the UK delegation to the European Economic and Social Committee.
Kenneth MacKenzie Murray. For services to the British community in Argentina.
Damian Christopher Newrick. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Ms Pearl Diana O'Malley. Medical and Pensions Officer, British Embassy Washington.
Matthew Edward Oakley, MVO. Second secretary, British High Commission Singapore.
Professor Nigel Osborne. For services to music therapy for children overseas, especially in the Balkans.
Philip Haydn Owen. Third secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Alasdair Wallace Parker. For services to the British community in Ethiopia.
Trevor Norman Parker. Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Ms Catherine Mary Payling. For services to UK-Italian cultural relations.
Ms Ruby Catherin Philogene. Mezzo soprano. For services to music.
Mrs Allison Yvonne Rey. For services to the community, Anguilla.
Mrs Gerlind Waltraud Richards. For services to the promotion of international links between relationship counselling agencies.
David Savage. For services to disadvantaged children in Romania.
Ms Alison Sheppard. Swimmer. For services to swimming.
Mrs Janatha Stubbs. For services to disabled people and to the British community in Malta.
David James Benwell Taylor-Smith. For charitable services overseas.
Mrs Jacqueline Ann Hunter Taylor-Smith. For charitable services overseas.
Ms Adele Janine Taylor. Second secretary, British High Commission Singapore.
Ms Erica Pamela Towsey. Personal assistant, Prime Minister's Office.
Denis Unsworth. Head of Geneva English School. For services to the community in Switzerland.
Neil Michael Youd. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.



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