Seven-time Formula One winner Lewis Hamilton and actress Sheila Hancock lead a rollcall of stars of screen, music and sport receiving gongs in the New Year Honours List.

Football legends Jimmy Greaves and Ron Flowers were handed MBEs – meaning every surviving member of England’s 1966 World Cup-winning squad has now been honoured by the Queen.

On screen, soap stalwarts Sally Dynevor and Nina Wadia were honoured, while Academy Award nominee Lesley Manville is made a CBE and Detectorists star Toby Jones becomes an OBE.

Behind the camera, two-time Oscar-winning cinematographer Roger Deakins is knighted and Line of Duty writer Jed Mercurio is made an OBE.

Influential make-up artist Pat McGrath becomes a dame and Garage star Craig David receives an MBE.

But nearly two thirds (65%) of honourees are everyday heroes lauded for their efforts during the coronavirus pandemic – from retired nurses returning to the frontline to furloughed airline staff supporting NHS workers.

There were 231 people named in the New Year honours – 18.6% of the total – for their services during the crisis, while public sector staff such as medics, teachers and firefighters making up 14.8% of the list.

Boris Johnson said the awards were a “welcome reminder of the strength of human spirit” after a year of immense adversity.

He said: “The 2021 New Year Honours offer us an opportunity to salute their dedication and recognise many who have gone above and beyond in their contribution to our country.

“As we begin a new year and continue to come together to fight this virus, may their service and stories be an inspiration to us all.”

Below are some of the highlights, from famous faces to unsung coronavirus heroes.

Scroll down for a full list at the bottom of the article.

Famous names

Lewis Hamilton

The Formula One star is given a knighthood after previously being overlooked, reportedly due to his tax affairs.

His honour – included in the overseas list as he resides in Monaco – comes after a campaign by Motorsport UK, with chairman David Richards saying the driver’s tax status had been “totally misunderstood”.

The 35-year-old has had a bumper year after equalling Michael Schumacher’s record with a seventh Formula One title and scooping Sports Personality of the Year for the second time.

He credited the Black Lives Matter movement for giving him new focus, telling the BBC on Boxing Day: “It was a different drive than what I’ve had in me in the past, to get to the end of those races first so that I could utilise that platform (for Black Lives Matter) and shine the light as bright as possible.”

Sheila Hancock

Actress Sheila Hancock joked she felt “slightly miscast” on becoming a Dame.

The 87-year-old, who was married to actor John Thaw before his death in 2002, has been recognised for services to drama and charity

She started her career in the theatre before taking on roles in sitcoms including The Rag Trade, Mr Digby Darling and Now, Take My Wife.

In 1972 she landed her own series, But Seriously, It’s Sheila Hancock.

She has also campaigned extensively for improving education, especially for children from poorer backgrounds.

She quipped: “I’ve never felt myself this sort of person. It just doesn’t happen to people like me.

“I feel I may be lowering the tone.”

Lesley Manville

Actress Lesley Manville started out on Emmerdale in the 1970s before going on to receive an Oscar nomination for 2017’s Phantom Thread.

The 64-year-old has been made a CBE in the New Year Honours list for services to drama and charity.

Known for her association with director Mike Leigh, she has starred in his films High Hopes, Secrets & Lies, Topsy-Turvy, Vera Drake, Mr Turner, All Or Nothing and Another Year.

Her starring role in the BBC comedy Mum brought further acclaim and she will replace Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret in the final two seasons of The Crown

Sally Dynevor

Coronation Street stalwart Sally Dynevor said she was “still in shock” after getting the news she would become an MBE.

She has played Sally Webster on the soap since 1986.

The 57-year-old said: “I am humbled, grateful and very proud to have received this honour. I am still in shock.

“I didn’t believe it was real when I first found out earlier this month that I was to be given an MBE. Keeping it a secret has been so difficult.

“During the 60th anniversary of Coronation Street I was reminded daily of my time on the show – the young girl in those scenes 35 years ago could only have dreamed of the incredible things that were going to happen in the coming years.

Nina Wadia

Former EastEnders star Nina Wadia thought her friends were winding her up when she was told she was being made an OBE.

Wadia, who found fame on acclaimed sketch show Goodness Gracious Me before landing a role on the BBC soap, has been recognised for services to entertainment and charity.

She got the news on her 52nd birthday this month but thought she was being pranked.

She said: “Now it’s sort of sunk in, I genuinely am still finding it hard to believe.

“I’m very excited of course, I feel it’s a huge, huge honour that this has come my way.

“It’s made my last 30 years of my career, all the hard times, feel worthwhile.”

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Toby Jones

Award-winning actor Toby Jones has racked up credits ranging from Sherlock to the Harry Potter films.

The 54-year-old won the best male comedy Bafta in 2018 for his role in the BBC series Detectorists – an unlikely hit about the lives of two metal detecting enthusiasts.

Craig David

In music, Noughties garage star Craig David is recognised with an MBE after reinventing himself.

His debut album Born To Do It went straight to the top of the charts in 2000 but he struggled to find success with follow up records.

However his 2016 album Following My Intuition returned to number one, leading to renewed success and a slot on Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage.

Unsung coronavirus heroes

The pilot offering respite to NHS workers

Pilot Captain Emma Henderson becomes an MBE for setting up first class lounge experiences in hospitals for exhausted NHS workers, staffed by furloughed airline staff.

She said: “We were just there to wrap our arms around the NHS, provide an extra warm blanket if you like in the storm.”

The scheme, known as Project Wingman, was rolled out to 80 NHS hospitals.

She said she was humbled when friends told her the first time their daughter had been able to finish a shift as a doctor without crying was when she used the space at her hospital.

The retired police chief marshaling volunteers

Special Chief Officer Mark Owen is made an MBE after coming out of retirement to lead the coronavirus response in North Wales.

Mr Owen, from Llanynys in Denbighshire, oversaw volunteers delivering prescriptions and food parcels, helping the vulnerable and reassuring the community – and with numbers of special constabulary officers doubling to almost 200 under his watch.

The nurse returning to the frontline

Former palliative care nurse Catherine Fitzsimmons receives a BEM after being one of the first to come out of retirement to help in hospitals in Greater Manchester,

“I found younger members of the teams were really, really struggling with communication, with PPE, with change of policy, with visitors not being allowed in to see their families,” she said.

The housing advisor stuck abroad

Nadeem Khan, a housing adviser for Shelter, also receives a BEM for tirelessly helping people from his laptop on a roof in Lahore after getting stuck in Pakistan at the start of the pandemic.

He often battled with power cuts and poor signal, hitching lifts with neighbours to shopping malls to continue with his work.

He said: “I feel really humbled to have played a frontline role in helping people keep safe in what’s been a really difficult year. Having access to a safe home has never been more important.”

The 106-year-old volunteer

Anne Baker, 106, is the oldest person to receive an honour since records began. She has been made an MBE for dedicating decades of her life to fundraising for the NSPCC.

Describing it as a “great surprise and a great honour”, she said: “I’ve just been helping the NSPCC for about 50 years – I always have the party in my garden which normally makes about £1,000 a year, which is lovely.”

104 year old Ruth Saunders also received an MBE for walking a marathon to raise money for Thames Valley Air Ambulance.

The youngest recipient is Samah Khalil, 20, who receives a BEM for her work as Oldham’s Youth Mayor.

Political appointments

Top Conservative Geoffrey Cox – one of Parliament’s biggest earners outside Westminster – is made a Sir.

Once dubbed “Tory Gandalf” for his booming voice, the former Attorney General is knighted in the New Year Honours.

Sir Geoffrey gave up his work as a top-earning QC on being appointed to Cabinet in 2018 – which had previously made him Westminster’s highest paid MP.

He managed to rake in nearly £33,000 in outside earnings on top of his MPs salary in just two weeks after being sacked in Boris Johnson’s February reshuffle.

He returned to work as a barrister on March 1, squeezing in two weeks of work before the first lockdown.

According to the Register of Member’s Interests, he had done 35 hours of work by March 13 at a rate of nearly £1,000 per hour.

In September, he declared earnings of £468,000 per year plus VAT for 48 hours work a month as Consultant Global Counsel for the law firm Withers.

Sir Geoffrey made headlines in 2015 when it emerged he had tried to claim 49p for milk before his demand was knocked back by the Parliamentary expenses watchdog.

The same year he stood down as the chair of Westminster’s cross-party standards committee, after failing to declare more than £400,000 in outside earnings.

He was later ordered to apologise in the Commons for failing to declare the sum within the 28-day time period.

Sir Geoffrey also stoked controversy after advising the Government that it was legal to prorogue Parliament last year, which was later overturned by the Supreme Court.

He received the honour for his work as a dedicated constituency MP, promoting farming, fishing and the environment, and for his distinguished legal career.

Other political honourees include Tory aide Richard Jackson, who worked in No10 under Theresa May, who was also handed an OBE.

Labour MP Angela Eagle, a longstanding equalities campaigner, is made a Dame for political service.

Elected MP for Wallesey, Merseyside, in 1992, she held ministerial roles at the Treasury and the Department for Work and Pensions.

Long-serving former Labour MP Tom Clarke also receives a knighthood in this year’s honours list.

The former Coatbridge MP, who was appointed film and tourism minister in Tony Blair’s first Cabinet, served in Parliament between 1982 and 2015.

Richard Corbett, the leader of the European Parliamentary Labour Party until Brexit, is given a CBE.

New Year Honours list in numbers

After an extraordinary year, 1,239 people have been honoured for their contribution to public life across the UK.

Public sector heroes account for 14.8% of the list, including firefighters, medics, teachers, police officers and local government workers – recognised for their extraordinary response to the pandemic.

More than 120 health and care workers were honoured for their efforts battling the virus, from care home staff to British Red Cross Ambulance crews.

In business, 111 people received recognition for adapting to the virus, from small businesses helping to feed the public to supermarket workers ensuring the most vulnerable got much-needed supplies.

The list is the most diverse yet, with 14.2% of recipients coming from a Black, Asian or minority ethnic background.

Around 7% of candidates said they have a disability, while 4% of recipients identified as being LGBT+.

106-year-old Anne Baker, from Salisbury in Wiltshire, is the oldest person to be recognised since records began, receiving an MBE for decades of fundraising for the NSPCC.

She is closely followed by 104-year-old Ruth Saunders, who got an MBE for walking a marathon to raise money for Thames Valley Air Ambulance.

The youngest recipient is Samah Khalil, 20, who receives a BEM for her work as Oldham’s Youth Mayor.

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NEW YEAR HONOURS 2021 IN FULL

Companion of Honour

Sir David Alan Chipperfield CBE. Architect, David Chipperfield Architects. For services to Architecture. (London, Greater London)

Damehoods

Professor Karin Judith Barber CBE FBA. Centennial Professor of Anthropology, London School of Economics. For services to the Study of African Culture. (Birmingham, West Midlands)

Joanna Gabrielle Da Silva OBE. Director, Arup Group Ltd. For services to Engineering and International, Sustainable Development. (London, Greater London)

Angela Eagle MP. Member of Parliament for Wallasey. For Parliamentary and Political Service. (Wallasey, Merseyside)

Professor Jane Alison Glover CBE. Conductor and Musicologist. For services to Music. (London, Greater London)

Professor Rachel Susan Griffith CBE FBA. Economist. For services to Economic Policy and to Education. (Stockport, Greater Manchester)

Sheila Cameron Hancock CBE. Actress. For services to Drama and to Charity. (London, Greater London)

Irene Lucas-Hays CBE. For services to Training, to Education and to Young People. (Whitburn, Tyne and Wear)

Caroline Mason CBE. Chief Executive, Esmee Fairbairn Foundation. For services to the Charity Sector, particularly during the Covid-19 response. (London, Greater London)

Patricia Ann McGrath MBE. Make-up Artist. For services to the Fashion and Beauty Industry and to Diversity. (London, Greater London)

Professor Carol Propper CBE FBA. Economist. For services to Economic Policy and to Public Health. (London, Greater London)

Alwen Williams CBE. Chief Executive, Barts Health NHS Trust. For services to Leadership in the NHS. (London, Greater London)

Knighthoods

Richard James Atkins CBE. Lately Further Education Commissioner, Department for Education. For services to Further Education. (Exeter, Devon)

Professor Simon Baron-Cohen. Professor of Autism Research, University of Cambridge. For services to People with Autism. (Cambridge, Cambridgeshire)

Robert William Chote. Lately Chairman, Office for Budget Responsibility. For services to Fiscal Policy and to the Economy. (London, Greater London)

The Right Honourable Thomas Clarke CBE JP. For Public and Political Service. (Coatbridge, Lanarkshire)

The Right Honourable Charles Geoffrey Cox QC MP. Member of Parliament for Torridge and West Devon. For Parliamentary and Political Service. (Tavistock, Devon)

Dr Stephen John Deuchar CBE. Lately Director, Art Fund. For services to Art. (Westwell, Kent)

Professor Dieter Robin Helm CBE. Chair, Natural Capital Committee. For services to the Environment, to Energy and to Utilities Policy. (Bampton, Oxfordshire)

Christopher Mark Le Brun. Lately President, Royal Academy. For services to the Arts. (London, Greater London)

David John Lewis. Lately Chief Executive Officer, Tesco. For services to the Food Industry and to Business. (London, Greater London)

Professor Francis Gerard McCormac FRSE. Principal and Vice-Chancellor, University of Stirling. For services to Education and to the Economy. (Stirling, Stirling and Falkirk)

David Charles Pearson CBE. Lately Director of Adult Social Care, Nottinghamshire Council. For services to Health and Social Care Integration. (West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire)

Professor David Ian Stuart FRS. MRC Professor of Structural Biology, University of Oxford. For services to Medical Research and to the Scientific Community. (Kidlington, Oxfordshire)

David Thompson QPM DL. Chief Constable, West Midlands Police. For services to Policing. (Stockport, Greater Manchester)

Graham Vick CBE. Founder and Artistic Director, Birmingham Opera Company. For services to Music and to the Regions. (London, Greater London)

Peter Thomas Wanless CB. Chief Executive Officer, NSPCC. For services to Children, to Young People and to the Charitable Sector. (Sevenoaks, Kent)

Guy Howard Weston. For services to Philanthropy and to Charity. (London, Greater London)

ORDER OF THE BATH

Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath

Professor Paul Anthony Cosford CB. Lately Emeritus Medical Director, Public Health England. For services to Public Health. (Haynes, Bedfordshire)

Dame Commander of the Order of the Bath

Lynne Gillian Owens CBE QPM. Director General, National Crime Agency. For service to Law Enforcement. (Surrey Heath, Surrey)

Companions of the Order of the Bath

Derek Alexander Baker. Permanent Secretary, Department of Education, Northern Ireland Executive. For public service. (Belfast, County Down)

Mark Bowman. Director General, International, H.M. Treasury. For public service. (London, Greater London)

Fiona Caroline Gail Chamberlain. Lately Crown Solicitor for Northern Ireland. For public service. (Newtownards, County Down)

Katherine Edda Escott. Strategy Director, Ministry of Defence. For public service. (London, Greater London)

Dr Josephine Maria Farrar OBE. Chief Executive Officer, HM Prison and Probation Service. For public service. (Bath, Somerset)

Daniel Isaac Greenberg. Counsel for Domestic Legislation, House of Commons. For services to Parliament. (London, Greater London)

Malini Nebhrajani. Legal Director, Department for Health and Social Care Legal Advisers, Government Legal Department. For public service. (London, Greater London)

Gwyneth Nurse. Director of Financial Services, HM Treasury. For public service. (London, Greater London)

Kenneth MacRae Robertson. Digital Director, Department for Work and Pensions. For services to Government Technology. (Appley Bridge, Lancashire)

CBE

Commander of the Order of the British Empire


OBE

Officer of the Order of the British Empire

MBE

Member of the Order of the British Empire

BEM

British Empire Medal

Diplomatic Service and Overseas

DIPLOMATIC SERVICE

Knights Batchelor

Roger Alexander Deakins C.B.E. Cinematographer. For services to Film.

Lewis Carl Davidson Hamilton M.B.E. Formula One Racing Driver. For services to Motorsports.

ROYAL NAVY

Knights Commander of the Order of the Bath

Vice Admiral Benjamin John Key C.B.E.

ORDER OF THE BATH

Companions of the Order of the Bath

Major General Gwyn Jenkins O.B.E.

Rear Admiral Andrew Jeffery Kyte

ARMY

ORDER OF THE BATH

Companions of the Order of the Bath

Major General Paul Andrew Cain Q.H.P.

Lieutenant General Giles Patrick Hill C.B.E.

Major General Richard James Aethelstan Stanford M.B.E.

ROYAL AIR FORCE

ORDER OF THE BATH

Companions of the Order of the Bath

Air Vice-Marshal Ian Duguid O.B.E.

Air Vice-Marshal Stephen Jeffrey Shell O.B.E.

DIPLOMATIC SERVICE

ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE

Dame Commander

Caroline Elizabeth Wilson C.M.G. H.M. Ambassador, Beijing, China and former Director Europe, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to British foreign policy.

Companion

Jonathan Guy Allen. Acting Permanent Representative, UK Mission to the United Nations, New York, United States of America. For services to British foreign policy.

Brian John Davidson. H.M. Ambassador, Bangkok, Thailand. For services to British foreign policy.

Dr. Rachel Glennerster. Chief Economist, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to International Development.

Andrew Richard Heyn O.B.E. Consul General, Hong Kong. For services to British foreign policy.

Christina Martha Elena Scott. Deputy Head of Mission, British Embassy, Beijing, China. For services to British foreign policy.

Simon Shercliff O.B.E. Director, National Security, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy and National Security.

Jan Thompson O.B.E. Acting High Commissioner, British High Commission, New Delhi, India. For services to British foreign policy.

Mark Willis. Director, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy.

THE ROYAL VICTORIAN ORDER

KCVO

Peter John Field J.P. Lord-Lieutenant of East Sussex. (East Sussex)

Professor Huw Jeremy Wyndham Thomas. Head of the Medical Household and Physician to the Queen.

CVO

Thomas David Briggs M.B.E. Lord-Lieutenant of Cheshire. (Cheshire)

Sir Richard Walter John Buccleuch And Queensberry KT K.B.E. lately Trustee, Royal Collection Trust.

David Christopher Lindsay. Lord-Lieutenant of County Down. (Down)

Stephen James Patterson L.V.O. Head of Collections Information Management, Royal Collection, Royal Household.

Alan Michael Rind. lately Trustee, Foundation of the College of St. George.

Peter John Charles Troughton C.B.E. lately Chairman, Future Programme Board and Trustee, Royal Collection Trust.

LVO

Irene Louise Campden M.V.O. lately Senior Book Conservator – Restorer, Royal Collection, Royal Household.

Deborah Clare Clarke M.V.O. lately Senior Curator, Palace of Holyroodhouse, Royal Collection.

John David Coombe. Member, Royal Household’s Sovereign Grant Audit and Risk Assurance Committee.

Colonel Michael John Fitzhardinge Kingscote. lately Lieutenant, The Queen’s Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard.

Shutica Patel M.V.O. lately Head of Photographic Services, Royal Collection, Royal Household.

Christopher Roy Stevens M.V.O. lately Superintendent of the Royal Collection, Hampton Court Palace.

MVO

Tifare Joseph Alexander. Travel and Logistics Officer, Household of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Allan Chin. lately Senior Collections Information Assistant (Prints and Drawings), Royal Collection, Royal Household.

Mark Jeremy Hugh Evans. For services to the Household of The Earl and Countess of Wessex.

Scott Leonard Furssedonn-Wood. Deputy Private Secretary to The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall. (Cornwall)

Christopher Martin Mann. For services to Cumberland Lodge.

Leonard Maurice Mullins. For services to the Lieutenancy of Pembrokeshire. (Pembrokeshire)

Linda Susan Savides. Senior HR Manager, Household of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall. (Cornwall)

Kevin David Steward. For services to Catering, Sandringham Visitor Centre.

Lynne Diana Thompson. Personal Secretary to The Prince of Wales.

Andrew Charles Edward Todd. lately Security Adviser and Business Continuity Manager, Royal Household.

Lucy Catherine Whitehouse. Personal Assistant to the Deputy Master of Household and Equerry to The Queen.

Melanie Anne Wilson. lately Catalogue Raisonne Assistant, Royal Collection, Royal Household.

Tiemei Xing. Senior Management Accountant, Privy Purse and Treasurer’s Office, Royal Household.

Ian John Zahra-Hall. Electrician, Property Section, Royal Household.

ROYAL VICTORIAN MEDAL

RVM (Gold)

Anthony John Hardingham R.V.M. Tractor Driver, Sandringham Estate.

Robert Stephen Jones R.V.M. lately Palace Attendant, Master of the Household’s Department, Royal Household.

RVM (Silver)

Olalla Amboage Tato Ramchurreetoo. Dining Room Superviser, Master of the Household’s Department, Royal Household.

Brian James Coutts. lately Visitor Operations Assistant, Palace of Holyroodhouse, Royal Collection.

Paul William Cunliffe M.B.E. Yeoman Warder, H.M. Tower of London.

Yvonne Maria Holt. Senior Service Team Member, Government House, Perth, Australia. (Perth)

David John Sinnett Jones. Senior Gardener, Buckingham Palace.

Paul Terrance King. Livery Porter, Master of the Household’s Department, Royal Household.

Agnieszka Monika Kosterska. Assistant Housekeeper, Wren House.

Martin Lempriere. Postman, Buckingham Palace.

Terence Ian Lewendon. Carpenter, Crown Estate, Windsor.

Neil Edward Arthur Marcham. Deputy Personal Assistant and Projects Co-ordinator, Privy Purse and Treasurer’s Office, Royal Household.

Andrew Charles McCarthy. Head Gardener, Bagshot Park.

Neil Scott Mealor. Wardens Team Leader, Crown Estate, Windsor.

Sheilah Christine Muston. lately Estate Manager to The Duchess of Cornwall. (Cornwall)

Martin Gary Pether. For services to Royalty and Specialist Protection.

Beatriz Ramirez. lately Assistant Retail Manager, Royal Collection, Royal Household.

Philip Reddy. Tractor Unit Team Leader, Crown Estate, Windsor.

Keith Robinson. lately Divisional Sergeant Major, The Queen’s Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard.

Audrey Maria Rozario. Metropolitan Police Service. For services to Royalty and Specialist Protection’s Special Escort Group.

Stevan John Turnbull. Arborist Team Superviser, Crown Estate, Windsor.

ROYAL NAVY

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

Commanders of the Order of the British Empire

Commodore Donald Doull A.D.C.

Commodore Martyn Jon Williams O.B.E.

Commodore Craig Wood

Officers of the Order of the British Empire

Commander Marcus Jacques

Commander Darren Jon Mason

Colonel Jaimie McCoy Norman D.S.O.

Commodore Robert Wood

Members of the Order of the British Empire

Lieutenant Commander James Betchley

Lieutenant Commander David Collins

Lieutenant Jenny Louise Dyson A.R.R.C.

Lieutenant Commander Beth Griffiths

Lieutenant Commander Sean Heaton

Major Antony Patrick Hill

Warrant Officer 1 (Regimental Sergeant Major) David Paul Mason

Warrant Officer 1 Engineering Technician Simon Jon Smith.Warrant Officer 1 Engineering Technician (Marine Engineering)

Chief Petty Officer Medical Assistant Philip Towers

Warrant Officer 1 Logistician (Supply Chain) Gavin Robert White

ARMY

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

Knights Commander of the Order of the British Empire

Lieutenant General James Richard Hockenhull O.B.E.

Lieutenant General Tyrone Richard Urch C.B.E.

Commanders of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)

Brigadier Elizabeth Jane Faithfull-Davies

Colonel Colin John Francis M.B.E.

Colonel Alison Louise McCourt O.B.E., A.R.R.C.

Brigadier Phillip David Prosser

Officers of the Order of the British Empire

Lieutenant Colonel Graham Clark Dempsey

Colonel Julian Guy Hill

Lieutenant Colonel Richard Adrian James Hoy

Lieutenant Colonel Richard John Hudson

Lieutenant Colonel Emma Jane Hutley

Brigadier Matthew Howard Jones M.B.E.

Colonel Neil Douglas Jurd

Lieutenant Colonel Gareth John Walker

Lieutenant Colonel Iain Stewart Wallace

Lieutenant Colonel Henry Alexander Willi

Members of the Order of the British Empire

Major Adam Nicholas Attree

Lieutenant Colonel Benjamin Graham Baker

Warrant Officer Class 1 Paul Scott Buckerfield

Acting Sergeant Robert Graham Campion

Captain Gary Edward Clegg VR

Major Joshua Edward Conway

Captain John Scott Corkill

Captain Kidane Samuel Jacob Cousland

Lieutenant Colonel Scott Dunlop

Lieutenant Colonel (now Colonel) Nicholas George English

Warrant Officer Class 2 Charlotte Victoria Graham

Lieutenant Colonel Mark Jonathan Hughes

Lance Corporal Gareth Stanley Richard Jackson

Warrant Officer Class 1 Melita Alanna Victoria Jarvis

Acting Warrant Officer Class 2 Hannah Victoria Jenkins

Acting Warrant Officer Class 2 Austin Reginald Lindsay

Lieutenant Colonel James Henry Martin VR

Corporal Alexander Donald Ross Murphy

Major Priyum Patel

Major Jamie Earl Powell

Warrant Officer Class 2 Stephen Stuart Scott

Warrant Officer Class 1 Mark Shade VR

Sergeant Sarvjit Pal Singh

Major Yvette Rowena Stephens

Captain Phoebe Todhunter

Staff Sergeant Andrew James Unwin

Warrant Officer Class 1 Scot David Whitfield

Lance Corporal Lee Adam Wylde

ROYAL AIR FORCE

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

Commanders of the Order of the British Empire

Group Captain Kevin Roy Bailey

Air Commodore Thomas James Patrick Burke

Air Commodore Paul Edward O’Neill

Air Commodore Philip Jeremy Robinson O.B.E., D.F.C.**

Officers of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

Group Captain Simon Nicholas Dowling

Group Captain Anne-Marie Houghton

Group Captain Simon David Joy

Group Captain Rachel Elizabeth Mawdsley

Wing Commander James Jody McMeeking

Group Captain Christopher David Snaith

Wing Commander Caroline Susan Viles

Members of the Order of the British Empire

Squadron Leader Trudy Askew

Flight Lieutenant Steve Anthony Graham

Squadron Leader David John Higgins

Master Aircrew Timothy Neil Mack

Warrant Officer Allan Milligan

Corporal Adam Gareth Mark Oytaben

Flight Lieutenant James Andrew Peterson

Squadron Leader Mark Philip Sanger

Acting Sergeant Richard Wardlow

Warrant Officer Robert Lee Warren

Squadron Leader Jamie White

Squadron Leader Stuart Graham Williams

Warrant Officer Peter Barrie Wilson

Diplomatic Service

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

Commanders of the Order of the British Empire

Martin Laing Gordon O.B.E. Founder and Chairman of Barry and Martin’s Trust. For services to people living with HIV and AIDS in China.

Officers of the Order of the British Empire

Dr. Peter John Abbott. lately Director, Corporate Services, British High Commission, Islamabad, Pakistan. For services to British foreign policy.

Catherine Ruth Allum. Deputy Head, Crisis Management Department, Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British Nationals overseas.

Professor Sayed Nader Azam-Ali. Chief Executive Officer, Crops for the Future. For services to Underutilised Crops and improving Food Security.

David John Bickle. President, British Chamber of Commerce, Japan and Partner, Deloitte Tohmatsu Tax Co. For services to UK/Japan relations.

Jonathan Craig Browning. Deputy Director National Cyber Security Centre Digital Government. For services to National Security.

Christopher Charles Butler. lately Chairman, British Chamber of Commerce, Vilnius, Lithuania. For services to promoting British commercial interests in Lithuania.

Joe Stephen Butler. Director, Corporate Services, British Embassy, Beijing, China. For services to British foreign policy.

Susan Campbell. Team Leader, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy.

Darren Edward Chapman. Deputy Director Estate Services, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy.

Deborah Anne Clarke. Department for International Trade Country Director, Malaysia. For services to International Trade.

Laura Mary Clarke. British High Commissioner, Wellington, New Zealand. For services to British foreign policy.

Stephen Jonathan Edward Crane. Chief Executive Officer Business Link Japan. For services to British exports to Japan and to UK/Japan relations.

Matthew Peter Crow. First Secretary, British Embassy, Beijing, China. For services to British foreign policy.

Sarah Jane Docherty. Deputy Principal Private Secretary to the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Secretary. For services to British foreign policy.

Brian William Gilchrist. Honorary Legal Advisor British Consulate-General, Hong Kong. For services to the British Consulate-General in Hong Kong.

Gabrielle Gower. Deputy Director, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy.

Daniel Graymore. Head of Global Funds Department, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to International Development.

Nicholas Mark Guttmann. lately Head of Humanitarian, Christian Aid. For services to Humanitarian Crises.

Michael Healy. General Manager, Corporate Travel Management. For services to supporting British Nationals overseas.

Alicia Jacinta Herbert. Head of Children, Youth and Education, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to Development.

Melanie Claire Hopkins. lately British High Commissioner, Suva, Fiji. For services to British foreign policy.

Nicola Jayne Hudson. Director National Cyber Security Centre Policy and Communications. For services to National Security.

Elizabeth Ruth Hughes. Chief Executive Officer, Map Action. For services to Humanitarian Crisis operations.

Matthew John Hurn. Chief Financial Officer, Alternative Investments and Infrastructure, Mubadala Investment Company and Chairman, Association of Corporate Treasurers, Middle East. For services to UK/UAE financial relations.

Dr. Timothy John Huxley. Executive Director, International Institute for Strategic Studies Asia. For services to Security in Asia.

Aman Ibrahimkhel. Cultural Advisor. For services to UK/Afghanistan relations.

Dr. Matthew Jackson. Team Leader, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy.

Christopher Ian Keay. Defence Counsellor, UK Delegation to NATO, Brussels, Belgium. For services to Defence.

Dr. Christopher Richard Lewis. Deputy Director, Covid-19 Science, Head of Profession for Health, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to International Development.

Stanley William Frederick Martin C.V.O. Protocol Adviser. For services to British diplomacy.

Austin Mitchell. Head, Crisis Management Department, Consular Directorate, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British Nationals overseas.

Nicholas Monkhouse. Deputy Head, Negotiations and Readiness Co-ordination Department, Europe Directorate, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy.

Professor Michael Peter Moore. Chief Executive Officer, International Centre for Tax and Development. For services to International Development.

Ute Christine Paetzig. Director, UK-German Connection. For services to UK/Germany relations.

Eric Penton-Voak. Team Leader, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy.

Lois Abigail Perry. Senior Nutrition Adviser, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to International Development.

Dr. Raghu Rama Pillarisetti. Director and Consultant Breast Surgeon, KIMS-USHALAKSHMI Centre for Breast Diseases. For services to Breast Cancer care and Surgical Education in India and to UK/India relations.

Weston John Piper. Deputy Director, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to National Security.

Stephen Philip Robbins. Deputy Chief Information Officer, Knowledge and Technology Directorate, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.

Tania Helen Smith. Deputy Director, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy.

Andrew Keith Soper. H.M. Ambassador, Caracas, Venezuela. For services to British foreign policy.

Dr. Kevin Thacker. Deputy Director, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to National Security.

Cathryn Nerys Rhiannon Turton. Head of Development Office Zimbabwe and South Africa, British Embassy, Harare, Zimbabwe. For services to Humanitarian Relief and to International Development.

Saul Sebastian Walker. Deputy Director, Covid-19 Vaccines, Therapeutics and Diagnostics, Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to International Development.

Margaret Elizabeth Williams. lately Consular Regional Director for the Americas. For services to British nationals overseas.

Members of the Order of the British Empire

Sheikh Mansoor Ahmad. Senior Private Sector Development Adviser, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to International Development.

Adam Baird-Fraser. Team Leader, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to National Security.

Jasmine Stephanie Baker. Head of Asset Management and Insurance, British Embassy, Beijing, China. For services to British foreign policy.

Stephen David Boley. Voluntary Service Overseas volunteer. For services to International Development.

Sophie Madeleine Bracken. Policy Adviser, Global Funds Department, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to International Development.

Declan Byrne. lately Head of Partnerships Team, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy.

Joanne Marie Caddy. Team Leader, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to National Security.

Ann Letitia Cowan. H.M. Consul and Consular Regional Operation Manager, British High Commission, Islamabad, Pakistan. For services to British Nationals.

Dean Cowell. Team Leader, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy.

Daniel James Cowen. Head of Financial Services, British Embassy, Beijing, China. For services to British foreign policy.

Sarah Elizabeth Cowley. Vice Consul, British Embassy Montevideo, Uruguay. For services to British Nationals overseas.

Elaine Deacon. Team Leader, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy.

Charlotte Louise Dixon-Sutcliffe. Campaigner. For services to supporting Victims of Terrorism in the UK and Belgium.

Christopher Matthew Dunn. Head of Infrastructure and Environment, British Consulate General, Shanghai, China. For services to British foreign policy.

Professor Carlton Anthony William Evans. Professor of Global Health and Honorary Consultant Physician, Imperial College London. For services to global health.

Stanley Matthew Evans. Chair, British Business Group, Lagos, Nigeria. For services to British industries overseas.

Alexandra Louise Charlotte Stokes Freegard. Head Office 365 Communications, Knowledge and Technology Directorate and lately Chair of FCO ‘Enable’ staff disability network, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.

William Graves. Trustee of the Fundacion Robert Graves. For services to British culture and literature in Spain.

Simon Groves. Aviation Security Liaison Officer, British High Commission, New Delhi, India. For services to British Nationals overseas.

Kim Nicola Hallybone. Team Leader, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to National Security.

Andrew John Hamilton. Team Leader, C-19 Business Management, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy.

John Hamilton. Head, Prosperity Team, British High Commission, Nairobi, Kenya. For services to British foreign policy.

David Mark Hanmer. Area Representative and Regional Case Worker, Royal British Legion, Portugal Branch. For services to British Nationals overseas.

Professor Philip Leslie Heywood. Voluntary Service Overseas Volunteer. For services to Maternal Healthcare overseas.

Alison Rachel Ives. Vice President, Regulatory Affairs, Perrigo. For services to Health in the UK.

Lawrence Owen Jenkins. Consular Regional Operations Manager, British Embassy, Bogota, Colombia. For services to British Nationals overseas.

Sarah Jevons. lately Head of Programme, China Health Prosperity Fund, British Embassy, Beijing, China. For services to British foreign policy.

Daniel Kibble. Policy Manager, Global Funds Department, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to International Development.

Colin Leeman. First Secretary, Trade Policy, British High Commission, Wellington, New Zealand. For services to British foreign policy.

Alistair James Butchart Livingston. Senior Advisor, Office of the Kosovo Prime Minister. For services to UK/Kosovo relations and conflict resolution.

Christopher Thomas Lomax. Second Secretary Human Rights, UK Permanent Mission to the United Nations, Geneva, Switzerland. For services to Human Rights.

Andrew Terence Mahoney. Trustee of The 24×7 Special Needs Holiday Trust. For services to supporting those with special needs and their families.

Peter Jonathan Mann. Chairman, Royal Commonwealth Society, Hong Kong Branch. For services to the Commonwealth Community in Hong Kong and Asia.

Philip John Manns. Overseas Security Adviser, Estates and Security Directorate, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to Security.

Christopher Edward Maule. Head of IT Delivery, Knowledge and Technology Directorate, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.

Robert David McFawn. lately Head, Travel Advice Team, Consular Directorate, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British Nationals overseas.

Elizabeth Anne McKinnell. First Secretary, British High Commission, Islamabad, Pakistan. For services to British foreign policy.

Sarah Katherine McLean. Founder and Chairman of Help for Forgotten Allies. For services to the Burmese ex-Servicemen of the Crown during WWII.

Alan Philip Mills. Volunteer, MapAction. For services to International Development.

Suzanne Mooney. Founder and President of the Lost Food Project. For services to supporting Disadvantaged Communities in Malaysia.

Simon Arthur Moseley. lately First Secretary, Lead Secure Technical Services Officer, FCDO Services, British Embassy, Beijing, China. For services to the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.

Paul Muir. Transparency Officer, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to Development.

Alan Murrell. Team Leader, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy.

Patricia Napier. Chair Baynards Zambia Trust. For services to Zambian communities.

Duncan Overfield. Deputy Development Director, Asia Regional, British High Comission, New Delhi, India. For services to British Nationals overseas.

Nicholas Parry. Desk Officer, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to National Security.

Sanjay Patel. Founder Station Soccer. For services to Social Mobility, the promotion of Prosperity and to Education in Atlanta through Football.

Laura Leanne Payne. Europe Strategy Planning and Delivery, Europe Directorate, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy.

Ruth Diana Perrott. Optometrist. For services to people with sight impairments in Africa.

Theresa Ann Phillips. Desk Officer, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to National Security.

Anthony William Pitaluga. Government Archivist, Gibraltar. For services to the History and Culture of Gibraltar.

Joseph Bernard Plumb. lately British Honorary Consul, Iquitos, Peru. For services to British Nationals overseas.

Sylvie Provan. Team Leader, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy.

Andrew Roberts. Founder, Revive Home for Vulnerable Children. For services to Vulnerable Children in Northeast Brazil.

Rebecca Susan Russo. Elections Officer, UK Mission to the United Nations, New York, United States of America. For services to British foreign policy.

Aminullah Safi. Team Leader, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to National Security.

Martin Samuel. International Film Hair stylist. For services to International Screen hair styling.

Amy Louise Smith. lately Head of Ireland Team, Europe Directorate, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy.

Ann Maria Timandra Snow. lately Head of Iran Nuclear Team, Middle East and North Africa Directorate, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy.

Michelle Marie Stewart. Operations Manager, Consular Contact Centre, Malaga, Spain. For services to British Nationals overseas.

Elieen Margaret Stow. Vice Chairman, British Chamber of Commerce in Macao and Director and Chief Executive, Lord Stow’s Bakeries and Cafes, Macao. For services to British Business, to Education and to Culture.

Mandy Tennant. Team Leader, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy.

David Graham Thomas B.E.M. President, Safe Communities Portugal. For services to Public Safety and to British Nationals in Portugal.

Nick Alexander Thorpe. Team Leader, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to National Security.

Benjamin Wastnage. Head, Foreign Policy Team, British Embassy, Paris, France and lately Deputy Head of Mission, British Embassy, Beirut, Lebanon. For services to British interests in Lebanon.

Ann Whybrow. Team Leader, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy.

Captain Adam Reginald Williams. Captain of MV Helena. For services to St Helena and its Covid-19 response.

Lady Elizabeth Abbott Wright. Manager, British Diplomatic Oral History Programme. For services to public understanding of UK foreign policy.

Andrew Costas Ziardis. H.M. Consul, British Embassy Tokyo and Consular Regional Operations Manager. For services to British Nationals overseas.

ISLE OF MAN

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

Members of the Order of the British Empire

Jane Catherine Looney Glover. For services to the Community service in Rushen and Arbory during the Covid-19 crisis.

Charles Rodney Guard. For services to Culture and Heritage.

John McLean Riley. For services to Charities on the Isle of Man and in Nepal.

Christian Thomas Varley. For services to Fundraising during Covid-19 response on the Isle of Man.

Susan Waddecar. For services to the Isle of Man during the Covid-19 crisis.

GUERNSEY

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

Members of the Order of the British Empire

Susan Elizabeth Fleming. For services to Residential Care in Guernsey during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Nicola Jane Harrison. For services to the Community in Guernsey during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Heidi Jean Renee Soulsby. For services to Healthcare in Guernsey during the Covid-19 pandemic.

JERSEY

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

Members of the Order of the British Empire

Marc John Burton. Project Director, Jersey Nightingale Hospital. For services to the community during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Glenn Terry De La Haye. Safeguarding Lead, Customer and Local Services, Government of Jersey. For services to the Community and the Safeguarding of Vulnerable People.

Andrew Le Gallais. Chairman, Jersey Milk Marketing Board. For services to the Community and to the Dairy Industry.

Neil Andrew MacLachlan. Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Jersey General Hospital. For services to Healthcare and to the Community.

Clare Margaret Ryder. Lead Nurse for Mental Health, Health and Community Service, Jersey. For services Mental Health and to the Community.

DIPLOMATIC SERVICE

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

Penelope Margaret Ahlgrimm. Freelance Physiotherapist. For services to the Elderly in the British and Brazilian communities.

Nargus Akhtar. lately Training and Exercise Officer, Crisis Management Department, Consular Directorate, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British Nationals overseas.

Richard Corri Barrow. Travel Blogger, Thailand. For services to British Nationals overseas.

Billy Thomas Bennett. Team Leader, Consular Assistance Department, Consular Directorate, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British Nationals overseas.

Ryan Bennett. Engagement Manager, Transformation Department, Knowledge and Technology Directorate, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.

Rachel Black. Desk Officer, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to National Security.

Sheila Anne Bower. Volunteer for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal. For services to British Nationals in Spain.

Dr. Gillian Rosemary Tilden Bullock. Chair, Children’s Health and Development in Kenya. For services to Families in rural Kenya.

David James Cartwright. Managing Director, ATI Holidays. For services to British Nationals overseas.

Matthew James Cartwright. Head of Corporate Services, British Embassy, Beijing, China. For services to the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.

Tamara Renee Collard. Going Abroad Advisor, Diplomatic Service Families Association. For services to British Diplomats and their families.

Jason Gyan Doondeea. Vice Consul, British High Commission, New Delhi, India. For services to British Nationals overseas.

Samantha Jane Green. Chief Executive Officer, Dogstar Fashion, Sri Lanka. For services to Animal Welfare.

Barry Hamilton. President and Director of Training, FAST (Medical Emergency Responders), Camposol, Mazaron, Spain. For services to British Nationals in Spain.

Erin Victoria Harvey. Aviation Security Liaison Officer, British Embassy, Tunis, Tunisia. For services to British Nationals overseas.

Rhys Alan Hobbs. Project Manager, St. Helena Government. For services to St. Helena and its Covid-19 response.

Joshua Molyneux. Team Leader, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to National Security.

Predeepkumar Parmar. Desk Officer, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office Services. For services to British foreign policy.

Hilary Pearce. Desk Officer, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to National Security.

Freddy Edward Pearson. Rapid Deployment Team Member, Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British Nationals overseas.

Rebecca Louise Platt. Advanced Clinical Practitioner at BARTS Health NHS Trust. For services to Humanitarian Response.

Jasper Reid. Chief Executive, IMM Associates. For services to UK/India relations.

Barnaby James Lansley Sandow. former Principal, Jerudong International School, Brunei. For services to Education.

Ian Stewart. Team Leader, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. For services to British foreign policy.

Jane Caroline Strangways. Programme Manager, The HALO Trust, Somaliland. For services to the Covid-19 response in Somaliland.

Mary Elizabeth Watkins. Volunteer Teacher Trainer, Voluntary Service Overseas. For services to Education overseas.

Keith Allan Wince. Engineer, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office Services. For services to British foreign policy.

Nicholas David Milman Woolf. Volunteer Paramedic. For services to Emergency Medicine and Disaster response.

ISLE OF MAN

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

Edna Clarke. For services to the Manx Community.

GUERNSEY

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

Ronald Cairnduff. For services to Entertainment and to Culture in Alderney.

JERSEY

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

Mark Jones. For services to those with Learning Disabilities.

ROYAL NAVY

ROYAL RED CROSS

Petty Officer Naval Nurse Andrew Paul Cooper

Lieutenant Zoe Haggerty

Lieutenant Commander Louise Carolyn Moxworthy

ARMY

ROYAL RED CROSS

Staff Sergeant Emma Clarke

Major Samantha Jayne Cobb

Major Nicola Fiona Corkish

Major Ami Alice Caroline Newburn-Johnson

Lieutenant Colonel Margaret Joyce Duffield T.D., VR

Colonel Geoffrey Stuart Hall

ROYAL AIR FORCE

ROYAL RED CROSS

Group Captain Michael John Priestley

HOME OFFICE

QUEEN’S POLICE MEDAL (QPM)

Sergeant Timothy John Barrell. South Wales Police. (South Wales)

Sally Benatar. lately Chief Superintendent, Metropolitan Police Service.

Superintendent Andrew Philip Bennett. Avon and Somerset Police. (Somerset)

Detective Chief Inspector Jasmine Michelle Frost. Essex Police. (Essex)

Detective Chief Superintendent Kate Halpin. Metropolitan Police Service.

Constable Philip Paul Hanham. Thames Valley Police.

Adrian Hanstock. Deputy Chief Constable, British Transport Police.

Detective Chief Superintendent Stuart Paul Hooper. Essex Police. (Essex)

Chief Superintendent Jane Johnson. Metropolitan Police Service.

Jason Dale Masters. Temporary Assistant Chief Constable, Leicestershire Police. (Leicestershire)

Robert John Nixon. Deputy Chief Constable, Leicestershire Police. (Leicestershire)

Martin George Pasmore. lately Detective Chief Inspector, Essex Police. (Essex)

Detective Chief Inspector Jennifer Rita Pearson. West Midlands Police. (West Midlands)

Gary Roberts. Chief Constable, Isle of Man Constabulary.

Mark Andrew Roberts. Deputy Chief Constable, South Yorkshire Police. (South Yorkshire)

William Alan Skelly. lately Chief Constable, Lincolnshire Police. (Lincolnshire)

Detective Inspector Michelle Catherine Stoten. Essex Police. (Essex)

Michael Taylor. lately Detective Constable, Surrey Police. (Surrey)

Detective Chief Superintendent Richard Tucker. Metropolitan Police Service.

Nikki Watson. Assistant Chief Constable, Avon and Somerset Police. (Somerset)

Temporary Superintendent Hannah Faith Wheeler. Metropolitan Police Service.

Detective Inspector Caroline Anne Williams. Essex Police. (Essex)

Kerrin Wilson. Assistant Chief Constable, Lincolnshire Police. (Lincolnshire)

SCOTTISH OFFICE

QUEEN’S POLICE MEDAL (QPM)

Detective Chief Superintendent Samantha McCluskey. Police Service of Scotland.

Chief Inspector Lindsay Tulloch. Police Service of Scotland.

NORTHERN IRELAND OFFICE

QUEEN’S POLICE MEDAL (QPM)

Detective Chief Inspector Norman James Lewis. Police Service of Northern Ireland.

Constable Robert McAllen. Police Service of Northern Ireland.

Inspector Mark Roberts. Police Service of Northern Ireland.

OVERSEAS TERR

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