COMPANIONS (CB) Kenneth Richard Ashken, formerly Grade 3, Crown Prosecution Service; Christopher John Andrew Barnes, formerly Grade 3, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food; Mrs Valerie June Bayliss, formerly Grade 3, Departme ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE KNIGHTS COMMANDER (KCMG) Michael Douglas Mc William, director, School of Oriental and African Studies, London University.
COMMANDERS (CVO) Charles Vernon Anson, LVO press secretary to the Queen; James Gerald Gulliver, former trustee, the Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme; Robert Matthew Morris, former Assistant Under-Secretary of State, Criminal Justice and Constitutional Department, Home Office; Kenneth William Parsons, LVO former Surveyor of the Lands for the South Survey, Duchy of Lancaster; Thomas Andrew Shebbeare, executive director, the Prince's Trusts.
LIEUTENANTS (LVO) Richard Winston Arbiter, director of media affairs, Royal Collection; Maj Nicholas Michael Lancelot Barne, private secretary to Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester and the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester; Commander Hugh Blyth Daglish, Royal Navy, Her Majesty's Yacht Britannia; Cecil William Lavery Graham, OBE former vice-chairman of the board, the Prince's Trust; Mrs Katharine Joan Harvey, lady in waiting to Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester; Commander Jonathan Mortimer Collingwood Maughan, Royal Navy, formerly of Her Majesty's Yacht Britannia; Miss Jane Katharine Walker-Okeover, Extra Woman of the Bedchamber to Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother; Ian Richard Parsons, Surveyor of Lands for the Lancashire and Crewe Surveys, Duchy of Lancaster; Harold Geoffrey Roberts, former director of information, Welsh Office; Thomas Woodcock, Somerset Herald, College of Arms.
MEMBERS (MVO) Mrs Kathleen Elizabeth Brown, for services to the Crown in Canada; Maj Colin Neville Burgess, former temporary equerry to Queen ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE DAMES COMMANDER (DBE) Mrs Fiona Caldicott, chairman, the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges and president, the Royal College of Psychiatrists; Miss Felicity Ann Emwhyla Lott, CBE for services to opera; Miss Sheila Valerie Masters, partner, KPMG, for services to the financial industry.
COMMANDERS (CBE) Miss Mary Margaret Anderson, consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist, Lewisham Hospital; John Alexander Armitt, chief executive, Union Railways; Geoffrey Armstrong, director-general, Institute of Personnel and Development; John Lionel Beckwith, vice-president, Royal National Institute for the Blind; Robert Beresford, group chairman, Mott Mcdonald Group, for services to engineering and to export; Professor Alexander Boksenberg, FRS former director, the Royal Observatories; Trevor Courtnay Bonner, managing director, GKN Automotive and Agritechnical Products; Christopher William Brasher, life president, London Marathon and vice-president, British Orienteering Federation; Miss Beata Ann Brookes, for political service; Ewan Brown, director, Noble Grossart, for services to banking and to public life in Scotland.
Richard St John Vladimir Burton, for services to architecture; Professor Donald Carruthers, former director of roads, Strathclyde Regional Council, for services to local government; Professor Peter John Bell Clarricoats, FRS head, Department of Electronic Engineering, Queen Mary and Westfield College; Col John Alistair Clemence, TD former Regimental Col, London Scottish Regiment, Territorial Army, for services to the Territorial Army; Miss Julia Charity Cleverdon, (Mrs Garnett) chief executive, Business in the Community; Tim William George Collins, for political service; Patrick Laurence Combes, former professional and technology director, Ministry of Defence; Peter John Cook, director, British Geological Survey; Allan Gerald Corless, former chief executive, West Glamorgan County Council.
Dan Crompton, QPM Her Majesty's Inspector of Constabulary; Derek Lewis Davies, for services to business in North West England; Miss Edna Nansi Margaret Davies, former Grade 5, Welsh Office; Michael Shillito Trevelyan Dower, former director general, Countryside Commission; Archibald Hugh Duberly, DL former national president, Country Landowners' Association; Professor Evelyn Algernon Valentine Ebsworth, Vice-Chancellor and Warden, University of Durham; Professor Andrew Elkington, president, Royal College of Ophthalmologists; The Rev Donald English, for services to world Methodism; Alun Evans, chairman, British Wool Marketing Board; Professor Lawrence David Freedman, Professor of War Studies, King's College, London; Christopher Michael Gable, artistic director, Northern Ballet Theatre; Paul Gallagher, former Health and Safety Commissioner, for services to health and safety; Jack Gee, former Grade 5, Department of the Environment.Arthur Benjamin Norman Gill, deputy president, National Farmers' Union; Harvey Anthony Goldsmith, chief executive, the Allied Entertainment Group; Brian James Hanson, for political service; Professor Frank Harris, Dean and Professor of Paediatrics, University of Leicester Medical School; Gary Leon Hewitt, chief of manufacturing, Atomic Weapons Establishment; John William Hougham, chairman, Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service; Professor Judith Ann Kathleen Howard, Foundation Professor of Structural and Materials Chemistry, University of Durham; Leslie Howell, chairman, Merseyside Training and Enterprise Council, for services to training; Terence Hunt, national director, NHS Supplies Authority; Professor Ian Isherwood, for services to radiology.Professor Kenneth James Ives, Emeritus Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University College, London; David Lewis Jacobs, DL for services to broadcasting and for charitable services; James Alexander Mercer Kerr, for public service; James Anthony King, Grade 5, Ministry of Defence; Ralph Richard Land, OBE for services to export to Eastern Europe; Professor Donald Frederick Leach, Principal, Queen Margaret College, Edinburgh, for services to education; James Clarke Macfarlane, OBE chairman, Tayside Health Board, for services to the NHS in Scotland; John Edward Maguire, for services to industrial tribunals; Alfred David Malpas, managing director, Tesco; Robert John Margetts, executive director, ICI Group.Barons Marmaduke James Hussey, former chairman, Board of Governors, BBC; Field Marshal Sir Richard Frederick Vincent, former chairman of the Military Committee, Nato.PRIVY COUNCILLORS James Gordon Brown, MP for Dunfermline East; Robin Finlayson Cook, MP for Livingston; David Maurice Curry, MP for Skipton and Ripon and Minister of the Department of the Environment; Donald Campbell Dewar, MP for Glasgow Garscadden; Don Dixon, MP for Jarrow; Lord James Alexander Douglas-Hamilton, MP for Edinburgh West and Scottish Office Minister; John Jackson Baron Mackay of Ardbrecknish, Social Security Minister; Sir Geoffrey Johnson Smith, DL MP for Wealden and vice-chairman of the 1922 Committee.COMPANION OF HONOUR The Rt Hon Richard Edward Geoffrey Baron Howe, of Aberavon, QC, for political service.