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CBEs - full list

Sir Cyril Julian Hebden Taylor. For services to Education. (London, W8)

Mrs Alexandra Vivien Burslem, OBE, JP. Vice-Chancellor, Manchester Metropolitan University. For services to Higher Education. (Mere, Cheshire)
Professor Sandra June Noble Dawson. Director, Judge Institute of Management Studies, University of Cambridge; Master, Sidney Sussex College. For services to Higher Education and Management Research. (Cambridge, Cambridgeshire)
Mrs Joan Irene Harbison, CBE. Chief commissioner, Equality Commission for Northern Ireland. For services to Equal Opportunities. (Belfast)
Lady Pauline Harris. For charitable services, especially in Education and Health. (Edenbridge, Kent)
Ms Patricia Anne Hodgson, CBE. Lately chief executive, Independent Television Commission. For services to Broadcasting. (London, N2)
Mrs Elisabeth Anne Hoodless, CBE. Chief executive, Community Service Volunteers. For services to Volunteering. (London, N1)
Rabbi Julia Babette Sarah Neuberger. Chief executive, King's Fund. For services to the NHS and other Public Bodies. (London, NW1)
Ms Joan Ann Plowright, CBE. Actress. For services to Drama. (London, WC2H)
Ms Jane Elisabeth Roberts. Leader, Camden Council. For services to Local Government. (London, NW5)
Mrs Gail Ronson. For charitable services, especially to Jewish care and the Royal Opera House. (London, N2)

Roy Ackerman, OBE. Restaurant and Hotel consultant. For services to the Culinary Arts. (London, SW10)
Dr Richard Wynne Adams. For public service. (Belfast)
Christopher John Allsopp. Lately Member of the Monetary Policy Committee. For services to Economic Policy. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)
Rear Admiral John Herbert Arthur James Louis Armstrong. Chief executive, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. For services to the Property Profession.
(London, SW1V)
Dr Maureen Baker. Honorary secretary, Royal College of General Practitioners and director of Primary Care, National Patient Safety Agency. For services to Medicine. (Lincoln, Lincolnshire)
Professor Stephen Bann. Professor of the History of Art, University of Bristol. For services to the History of Art. (Bristol)
David Behan. Lately director of Social Services, Greenwich Council. For services to Social Care. (Tunbridge Wells, Kent)
Dr Ian Charles Bostridge. Opera Singer. For services to Music. (London, WC2E)
David William Bowerman, JP, DL. For services to the community in West Sussex.
(Pulborough, West Sussex)
James Thomson Brown. Lately chairman, Newsquest Media Group. For services to the Regional Newspaper Industry. (Kingswood, Surrey)
Donald Hood Brydon, OBE. Chairman, AXA Investment Managers and lately chairman, Financial Services Practitioner Panel. For services to the Financial Sector. (London, NW8)
Richard Bull, QFSM. Chief Fire Officer, Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service. For services to the Fire Service. (Sunderland, Tyne and Wear)
Professor Keith Burnett, FRS. Chairman of Physics, University of Oxford. For services to Physics. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)
Ms Frances Anne Cairncross. Chair, Economic and Social Research Council. For services to Social Sciences. (London, N1)
Archibald Alexander Cameron. Director of Operations, Finance and Administration Department, House of Commons. (Thorpe Bay, Essex)
Mrs Jennifer Ann Chart. Headteacher, Portland School, Sunderland. For services to Special Needs Education. (East Hartford, Tyne and Wear)
Eric Patrick Clapton, OBE. Musician. For services to Music. (London, SW3)
John Thomas Arthur Clark. Lately Headteacher, George Spencer Foundation School and Technology College, Nottingham. (Mickleover, Derbyshire)
Professor Jon Clark. Chair, Police Negotiating Board and Police Advisory Board for England and Wales For services to the Police. (Hampshire)
Professor John Collinge. Professor of Neurology, University College, London. For services to Medical Research. (London, SW10)
Ms Rosemary Jean Neil Conley, DL. For services to the Fitness and Diet Industries. (Leicester, Leicestershire)
Peter Denis Connolly, OBE. Chairman, Warrenpoint Harbour Authority. For services to the Economy in Northern Ireland. (Belfast)
Professor Raymond Cowell, DL. Lately vice-Chancellor, Nottingham Trent University. For services to Higher Education. (Edwalton, Nottinghamshire)
Dr Robert McKay Crawford. Chief executive, Scottish Enterprise. For services to Economic Development. (West Kilbride, Ayrshire and Arran)
Stephen David Daldry. Film and Theatre director. For services to Drama.
(London, W1D)
Dr Lindsey Margaret Davies. Regional director of Public Health, East Midlands, Department of Health. (Southwell, Nottinghamshire)
Ray Davies. Singer and Composer. For services to Music. (London, N8)
Bruce Alan Ian Dingwall. Chief executive, Venture Production plc. For services to the Oil and Gas Industry in the UK. (Blairgowrie, Perth and Kinross)
Dr Elaine Margaret Drage, JP. Director, Trade and Development, Department of Trade and Industry. (Sutton, Surrey)
The Very Rev John Dunlop. Minister, Rosemary Presbyterian Church, Belfast. For services to the community in Northern Ireland. (Belfast)
Anthony Gordon Dunnett. Chief executive, South-East England Development Agency. For services to Economic Development. (Wadhurst, East Sussex)
William Edgar. Director of Engineering, John Wood Group. For services to Industry in Scotland. (Skene, Aberdeenshire)
Professor Gwilym Barrie Edwards. Head, Department of Veterinary Clinical Science, University of Liverpool. For services to Veterinary Science. (Wirral, Merseyside)
Malcolm Trevor Evans. Deputy director, Business Tax, Inland Revenue. (Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire)
David Leonard Felwick. Deputy chairman, John Lewis Partnership. For services to Retailing. (Streatley, Berkshire)
The Very Rev Graham Forbes. Provost, St Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh. For services to Public Life in Scotland. (Edinburgh)
Michael James Frater. Chief executive, Borough of Telford and Wrekin. For services to Local Government. (Telford, Shropshire)
Mrs Janet Marion Gaymer. Chair, Employment Tribunal System Taskforce. For services to Employment Law. (Effingham, Surrey)
David William Gibson. Lately chief executive, Association of Colleges. For services to Education. (London, N1)
Mrs Sheila Gleig. Chair, British Coal Superannuation Scheme and Trustee of the Mineworkers Pension Scheme. For services to the Coal Industry. (Ware, Hertfordshire)
Professor Keith Gull. Wellcome Trust Principal Research Fellow, University of Oxford. For services to Microbiology. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)
Stephen Graham Halliday. Banking and Financial Services director, Post Office Ltd. For services to Banking. (Oakley, Bedfordshire)
Brian Edward Hibbert. Managing director, INSYS Ltd. For services to the Defence Industry. (Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire)
Dr Andrew Anthony Holt. Head, Information Services Group, Department of Health. (Teddington, Middlesex)
Stephen Geoffrey Houghton. Leader, Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council. For services to Local Government. (Barnsley, South Yorkshire)
Hugh Winston Howe. Headteacher, Fir Vale School, Sheffield. For services to Education. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)
Richard John Hunt. President and Past chairman, Institute of Logistics and Transport. For services to the Logistics and Transport Industries. (Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire)
Christopher Trelawney Jago. Managing director, NR (CTRL) Ltd. For services to the Channel Tunnel Rail Link. (Haywards Heath, West Sussex)
Martin Osborne Johnson, OBE. For services to Rugby Union. (Leicester, Leicestershire)
David Herbert Jordan. Chairman and managing director, Philips Electronics. For services to the UK Electronics Industry. (Haywards Heath, West Sussex)
William Jordon. Headteacher, Dyke House School, Hartlepool. For services to Education. (Prudhoe, Northumberland)
Dr Christopher John Kitching. Secretary, Historical Manuscripts Commission.For services to Manuscript Heritage. (London, NW6)
Professor Andrew Ross Lorimer. Lately president, Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, Glasgow. For services to Medicine. (Bothwell, Lanarkshire)
David Lindsay MacKie, QC. For services to Pro Bono Legal Work. (London, SW6)
Dr James Loy MacMillan. Composer and conductor, BBC Philharmonic Orchestra. For services to Music. (Jordanhill, Glasgow)
Dr John Walton Marshall, DL. Regional commissioner, NHS Appointments Commission. For services to the NHS. (Middleton St George, Durham)
Nicholas Charles Niels Matheson. Chief executive, Government Car and Despatch Agency. (London, SW19)
John Edward McConnell. For public service. (Lisburn, Antrim)
Arthur David McCourt. Chief executive, Highland Council. For services to Local Government. (By Inverness, Inverness-shire)
Mrs Elizabeth Adele McEvilly. Clinical Nurse, Paediatric Diabetes. For services to Children with Diabetes. (Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands)
Professor Richard Edward Milburn. Lately Professor of Community Education, University of Strathclyde. For services to Community Education and Young People.
(Johnstone, Renfrewshire)
Mrs Isabella Krystyna Moore. President, British Chambers of Commerce. For services to Commerce. (Wormleighton, Warwickshire)
Geoffrey Muirhead. Chief executive, Manchester Airports Group. For services to Aviation. (Alderley Edge, Cheshire)
Stephen Christopher Murphy. Chief Officer, Northumbria Area. For services to the National Probation Service. (Riding Mill, Northumberland)
David Nicholson. For services to the NHS. (Doncaster, South Yorkshire)
Ms Alison Nimmo. Lately chief executive, Sheffield One. For services to Urban Regeneration. (Barnsley, South Yorkshire)
Jeffrey Ord, QFSM. Firemaster, Strathclyde Fire Brigade. For services to the Fire Service. (Nr Biggar, Lanarkshire)
Martin Peach. For public service. (London)
Charles John Perrin. For charitable services, especially to Health and Education in London. (London, NW3)
Alan Michael Pickering. Chairman, European Federation for Retirement Provision. For services to Occupational Pensions. (Bromley, Kent)
Antony George Pike. Chairman, Home-Grown Cereals Authority. For services to the Arable Crops Industry. (Ludlow, Shropshire)
John Andrew Pinder. For services to e-Government, Cabinet Office. (Church Stretton, Shropshire)
Philip Pullman. Writer. For services to Literature. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)
Alan William Ramage. Lately Keeper and chief executive of the Registers of Scotland. (Edinburgh)
David Edward John Ramsden. Team Leader, Economic and Monetary Union Policy, HM Treasury. (London, N16)
Nigel Frederick Reader. Director of Finance, Environment Agency. For services to the Environment. (Taunton, Somerset)
Dr Malcolm Christopher Reed. Director general, Strathclyde Passenger Transport Executive. For services to the Transport Industry. (Glasgow)
Professor Philip Howell Rees. For services to Human Geography. (Leeds, West Yorkshire)
Simon George Michael Relph. Independent Film Producer and lately Chair, BAFTA.
For services to the British Film Industry. (Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire)
Bernard Francisco Ribeiro. Consultant General Surgeon, Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to Medicine. (Sandon, Essex)
Anthony de Villeneuve Russell-Roberts. Administrative director, Royal Ballet.
For services to Dance. (London, WC2E)
David Roberts. Director, Border Control, HM Immigration Service, Home Office. (West Sussex)
Dr Christopher John Robinson, CVO. Organist, director of Music and Fellow, St.
John's College, Cambridge. For services to Music. (Hauxton, Cambridgeshire)
Mrs Joan Elizabeth Ruddock, OBE. Chair, Belfast City Hospital Health and Social Services Trust. For services to Healthcare and to the Community. (Holywood, Down)
Anthony John Sadler. Archbishops' secretary for Appointments. For services to the Church of England. (Richmond, Surrey)
Ms Theresa Ione Sanderson, OBE. Vice chairman, Sport England. For services to Sport. (Ilford, Essex)
Ronald William Fordham Searle. Artist and Cartoonist. For services to Art.
Mrs Lynne Sedgmore. Principal and chief executive, Guildford College. For services to Higher Education. (Guildford, Surrey)
John Russell Sell. Chairman, Joint Committee of National Amenity Services. For services to Heritage. (Faversham, Kent)
Mrs Eileen Sills. Director of Nursing and Quality, Whipps Cross Hospital NHS Trust. For services to the NHS. (London, N16)
Godric William Naylor Smith. Prime Minister's Official Spokesman.
Professor Robert Leon Souhami. Medical Oncologist and Researcher. For services to Medicine. (London, N10)
John Stanley Stevens. Head, Europe Division, Department for Transport. (Oxted, Surrey)
Mrs Jane Stichbury, QPM. Chief Constable, Dorset Police. For services to the Police. (Dorset)
Anthony David Stoller. Lately chief executive, Radio Authority. For services to Broadcasting. (London, W4)
Dr Samuel Thorburn, OBE. Chairman, Building Standards Advisory Committee. For services to Construction and Engineering. (Newton Mearns, Glasgow)
Barry Stephen Townsley. For charitable services, especially to Education and to the Arts. (London, NW8)
Mrs Shirley Jean Trundle, OBE. Universal Banking director, Department for Work and Pensions. (Leatherhead, Surrey)
Dr Martin John Leslie Turner. Principal Research Fellow, University of Leicester. For services to X-Ray Astronomy. (Leicester, Leicestershire)
Ms Annette Vernon. Director, Information and Communications Technologies and e-Delivery, Department for Constitutional Affairs. (Preston, Lancashire)
Adrian Thomas Verwoert. Headteacher, The Castle School, Thornbury, Bristol. For services to Education. (Stoke Bishop, Bristol)
Mrs Ann Wilks. Secretary, Financial Reporting Council. (London, N8)
Professor Robert (Robin) Hughes Williams. Lately vice-Chancellor, University of Wales. For services to Education and to the community in Swansea. (Cowbridge, South Glamorgan)
Michael John Wilson. Head of Exhibitions and Display, National Gallery. For services to Museums. (London, SW16)



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