Ebene News – GB – Lewis Hamilton, Craig David and Covid heroes in New Year’s Honors list – full

Lewis Hamilton, Sheila Hancock, Craig David, Nina Wadia, Lesley Manville and Toby Jones are among those named this year in New Year’s honors – here are the highlights – and the 2021 list in its completeness

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Seven-time Formula 1 winner Lewis Hamilton and actress Sheila Hancock lead list of screen, music and sports stars receiving gongs in New Years Honors list

Football legends Jimmy Greaves and Ron Flowers were awarded MBEs – meaning every surviving member of the 1966 World Cup winning England squad has now been honored by the Queen

On-screen soap mainstays Sally Dynevor and Nina Wadia have been honored, while Oscar nominee Lesley Manville is named CBE and detector star Toby Jones becomes OBE

Behind the camera, double director of photography Roger Deakins is knighted and Line of Duty writer Jed Mercurio becomes OBE

Influential makeup artist Pat McGrath becomes lady, Garage star Craig David receives MBE

But nearly two-thirds (65%) of the winners are everyday heroes praised for their efforts during the coronavirus pandemic – from retired nurses returning to the frontlines to airline staff on leave supporting workers of the NHS

There were 231 people named in New Year’s honors – 186% of the total – for their services during the crisis, while public sector personnel, such as doctors, teachers and firefighters, made up 148% of the list

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

He said: “The 2021 New Years Honors offer us the opportunity to salute their dedication and to pay tribute to those who have gone beyond their contribution to our country

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

Formula 1 star receives knight after being previously ignored, apparently due to his tax affairs

His honor – inscribed on the foreigners list because he lives in Monaco – comes after a campaign led by Motorsport UK, President David Richards claiming that the driver’s tax status had been “totally misunderstood”

The 35-year-old has had an exceptional year after equaling Michael Schumacher’s record with a seventh Formula 1 title and winning Sports Personality of the Year for the second time

He thanked the Black Lives Matter movement for giving him a new direction, telling the BBC on Boxing Day: “It was a different motivation than what I had in me in the past, to come from first at the end of these races so that I can use this platform (for Black Lives Matter) and make the light shine as bright as possible “

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

She began her career in theater before playing roles in sitcoms including The Rag Trade, Mr Digby Darling and Now, Take My Wife

She joked, “I’ve never felt like this kind of person It doesn’t happen to people like me

Actress Lesley Manville debuted on Emmerdale in the 1970s before receiving an Oscar nomination for Phantom Thread 2017

The 64-year-old has been named CBE in the New Year’s honors list for his services to theater and charity

Known for her association with director Mike Leigh, she has appeared in her 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 has received further acclaim and she will replace Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret in the final two seasons of The Crown

Coronation Street mainstay Sally Dynevor said she was “still in shock” after learning she would become MBE

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

“I didn’t think it was real when I found out earlier this month that I was due for an MBE Keeping it a secret has been so hard

“On Coronation Street’s 60th anniversary, I remembered my time on the show daily – the girl in those scenes from 35 years ago could only dream of the amazing things that were going to happen in the years to come

Former EastEnders star Nina Wadia thought her friends were putting her up when told she was going to become an OBE

Wadia, who rose to prominence on the famous sketch show Goodness Gracious Me before landing a role in the BBC soap opera, has been recognized for her entertainment and charity services

She got the news of her 52nd birthday this month, but she thought she was kidding herself

She said: “Now it’s kind of sunk, I really can’t believe it

“I’m very excited of course, I think it’s a huge honor that this has come to me

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

The 54-year-old won Best Male Comedy Bafta in 2018 for his role in the BBC Detectorists series – an unlikely success over the lives of two metal-detecting enthusiasts

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, her 2016 album Follow My Intuition returned to number one, leading to renewed success and a place on the Glastonbury Pyramid Stage.

Pilot Captain Emma Henderson becomes MBE for delivering first-class hospital lounge experiences for exhausted NHS employees, with airline staff on leave

She said: “We were just there to wrap our arms around the NHS, providing extra warm blanket if you want it in the storm”

She said she was moved when friends told her that the first time their daughter was able to complete a shift as a doctor without crying was when she used the his hospital

Special Managing Director Mark Owen appointed MBE after retirement to lead coronavirus response in North Wales

M Owen, from Llanynys in Denbighshire, oversaw the delivery of food orders and parcels by volunteers, helping vulnerable people and reassuring the community – and the number of Special Constables doubling to nearly 200 under his leadership

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 that the young members of the teams had really, really difficult communicating, with the PPE, with the change of policy, visitors not being allowed to see their families,” he said. she declared

Shelter housing advisor Nadeem Khan also receives a BEM for tirelessly helping people from his laptop on a rooftop in Lahore after getting stranded in Pakistan at the start of the pandemic

He was often faced with blackouts and poor signal, hitching elevators with neighbors in shopping malls to continue his work

He said: “I feel truly honored to have played a front line role in helping people stay safe during this really tough year. Having access to a safe home has never been more important “

Anne Baker, 106, is the oldest person to receive an honor since the records began.She was named MBE for dedicating decades of her life to fundraising for the NSPCC

Describing it as a “big surprise and a big honor” she said: “I have just helped the NSPCC for about 50 years – I still have the party in my garden which normally brings in around £ 1000 per an, which is lovely “

Ruth Saunders, 104, also received an MBE for walking a marathon to raise funds for Thames Valley Air Ambulance

The youngest recipient is Samah Khalil, 20, who receives a BEM for her work as young mayor of Oldham

Top Tory Geoffrey Cox – one of the biggest earners in parliament outside Westminster – named Sir

Formerly known as ‘Tory Gandalf’ for his booming voice, the former attorney general is knighted in New Year’s honors

Sir Geoffrey gave up his highest-paying QC job after being appointed to Cabinet in 2018 – which had already made him the highest-paid MP for Westminster

He managed to reap almost £ 33,000 in external income on top of his MPs’ salaries in just two weeks after being sacked during Boris Johnson’s reshuffle in February

He returned to work as a lawyer on March 1, squeezing two weeks of work before the first lockout

According to Members’ Interest Register he had worked 35 hours on March 13 at a rate of almost £ 1,000 an hour

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

Sir Geoffrey made headlines in 2015 when it emerged that he attempted to claim 49 pence for milk before his request was rejected by the parliamentary expenditure watchdog

In the same year he resigned as chairman of the all-party committee on Westminster standards after failing to report more than £ 400,000 in external income

He was then ordered to apologize to the Commons for not having declared the sum within the 28-day period.

Sir Geoffrey also stoked controversy after telling the government it was legal to prorogue Parliament last year, which was later overturned by the Supreme Court

He received this honor for his work as a dedicated Constituency Member of Parliament, promoting agriculture, fisheries and the environment, and for his distinguished legal career

Other political figures include Conservative aide Richard Jackson, who worked in No.10 under Theresa May, who also received an OBE

Elected MP for Wallesey, Merseyside, in 1992, she has held ministerial posts in the Treasury and the Department of Work and Pensions

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

Richard Corbett, leader of the Labor Party of the European Parliament until Brexit, receives CBE

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

Public sector heroes make up 148% of the list, including firefighters, doctors, teachers, police and local officials – recognized for their extraordinary response to the pandemic

More than 120 health and care workers honored for their efforts in the fight against the virus, from health center staff to British Red Cross ambulance teams

In the business world, 111 people have been recognized for their adaptation to the virus, from small businesses helping to feed the public to supermarket workers, ensuring the most vulnerable get much-needed supplies

The list is the most diverse to date, with 142% of beneficiaries of black, Asian or minority origin

Around 7% of applicants reported having a disability, while 4% of beneficiaries identified as LGBT

Anne Baker, 106, of Salisbury, Wiltshire, is the oldest person to be recognized since the records began, receiving an MBE for decades of fundraising for the NSPCC

She is closely followed by Ruth Saunders, 104, who earned an MBE for walking a marathon to raise funds for Thames Valley Air Ambulance

The youngest recipient is Samah Khalil, 20, who receives a BEM for her work as young mayor of Oldham

Sir David Alan Chipperfield CBE Architect, David Chipperfield Architects For architectural services (London, Greater London)

Professor Karin Judith Barber CBE FBA Centenary 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 engineering and sustainable development services internationally (London, Greater London)

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

Irene Lucas-Hays CBE For training, education and youth services (Whitburn, Tyne and Wear)

Caroline Mason CBE Managing Director, Esmee Fairbairn Foundation For services to the charitable sector, especially 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 Economic Policy and Public Health Services (London, Greater London)

Alwen Williams CBE Managing Director, Barts Health NHS Trust For leadership services in the NHS (London, Greater London)

Richard James Atkins CBE Most recently Continuing Education Commissioner, Department of Education For Continuing Education Services (Exeter, Devon)

Professor Simon Baron-Cohen Professor of Autism Research, University of Cambridge For Autistic Services (Cambridge, Cambridgeshire)

Robert William Chote Most recently Chairman, Office of Fiscal Responsibility For Fiscal Policy and Economic Services (London, Greater London)

The Right Honorable Charles Geoffrey Cox QC MP Member of Parliament for Torridge and West Devon For parliamentary and political service (Tavistock, Devon)

Professor Dieter Robin Helm CBE Chairman, Natural Capital Committee For Environmental, Energy and Utility Policy Services (Bampton, Oxfordshire)

Christopher Mark Le Brun Last President, Royal Academy For Arts Services (London, Greater London)

David John Lewis Lately CEO, Tesco For Food Industry and Business Services (London, Greater London)

Professor Francis Gerard McCormac FRSE Principal and Vice-Chancellor, University of Stirling For educational and economic services (Stirling, Stirling and Falkirk)

David Charles Pearson CBE Most recently, Director of Adult Social Services, Nottinghamshire Council For Health and Social Integration Services (West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire)

Professor David Ian Stuart FRS MRC Professor of Structural Biology, University of Oxford For services to medical research and the scientific community (Kidlington, Oxfordshire)

David Thompson QPM DL Chief of Police, West Midlands Police For Police Services (Stockport, Greater Manchester)

Graham Vick CBE Founder and Artistic Director, Birmingham Opera Company For Music and Regional Services (London, Greater London)

Peter Thomas Wanless CB President and CEO, NSPCC For services to children, youth and the charitable sector (Sevenoaks, Kent)

Professor Paul Anthony Cosford CB Most recently, Medical Director Emeritus, Public Health England For Public Health Services (Haynes, Bedfordshire)

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

Derek Alexander Baker Permanent Secretary, Department of Education, Northern Ireland Executive For Public Service (Belfast, County Down)

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

Dr Josephine Maria Farrar OBE Director General, HM Prison and Probation Service For Public Service (Bath, Somerset)

Daniel Isaac Greenberg Internal Legal Adviser, House of Commons For services to Parliament (London, Greater London)

Malini Nebhrajani Legal Director, Department of Health and Social Services Legal Advisers, Government Legal Department For Public Service (London, Greater London)

Kenneth MacRae Robertson Digital Director, Department of Work and Pensions For Government Technology Services (Appley Bridge, Lancashire)

Caroline Elizabeth Wilson CMg HM Ambassador, Beijing, China and former Director Europe, Foreign and Commonwealth Office For British Foreign Policy Services

Jonathan Guy Allen Acting Permanent Representative, United Kingdom Mission to the United Nations, New York, United States of America For British Foreign Policy Services

Christina Martha Elena Scott Deputy Head of Mission, British Embassy, ​​Beijing, China For British Foreign Policy Services

Simon Shercliff OBE Director, Office of National Security, Foreign Affairs, Commonwealth and Development For British Foreign Policy and National Security Services

Jan Thompson OBE Acting High Commissioner, British High Commission, New Delhi, India For British Foreign Policy Services

Colonel Michael John Fitzhardinge Kingscote recently lieutenant, bodyguard of the queen of the Yeomen of the Guard

Mark Jeremy Hugh Evans For Home Services 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)

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

Lucy Catherine Whitehouse Personal Assistant to the Deputy Household Master and Squire to the Queen

Neil Edward Arthur Marcham Deputy Personal Assistant and Project Coordinator, Private Scholarship and Treasurer’s Office, Royal House

Keith Robinson most recently the divisional sergeant major, bodyguard of the queen of the Yeomen of the Guard

Audrey Maria Rozario Metropolitan Police Department For services to the special escort group of royalty protection and specialists

Martin Laing Gordon OBE Founder and Chairman of Barry and Martin’s Trust For Services to People Living with HIV and AIDS in China

Dr Peter John Abbott most recently Director, General Services, British High Commission, Islamabad, Pakistan For British Foreign Policy Services

Catherine Ruth Allum Deputy Head, Department of Crisis Management, Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office For services to British nationals abroad

Professor Sayed Nader Azam-Ali Chairman and CEO, Crops for the Future For services to underutilized crops and improved food security

David John Bickle President, British Chamber of Commerce, Japan and Partner, Deloitte Tohmatsu Tax Co For UK / Japan Relations Services

Jonathan Craig Browning Deputy Director National Cyber ​​Security Center Digital Government For National Security Services

Christopher Charles Butler recently President, British Chamber of Commerce, Vilnius, Lithuania For services promoting British business interests in Lithuania

Joe Stephen Butler Director, General Services, British Embassy, ​​Beijing, China For British Foreign Policy Services

Darren Edward Chapman Deputy Director of Real Estate Services, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office For British Foreign Policy Services

Stephen Jonathan Edward Crane Managing Director Business Link Japan For services to UK exports to Japan and UK / Japan relations

Sarah Jane Docherty Deputy Senior Private Secretary to Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Secretary For British Foreign Policy Services

Brian William Gilchrist Honorary Legal Adviser British Consulate General, Hong Kong For services at the British Consulate General in Hong Kong

Daniel Graymore Head of the Global Funds Department, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office For International Development Services

Alicia Jacinta Herbert Head of the Children, Youth and Education Department, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office For Development Services

Nicola Jayne Hudson Director of Policy and Communications at the National Cyber ​​Security Center For National Security Services

Matthew John Hurn Chief Financial Officer, Alternative Investments and Infrastructure, Mubadala Investment Company and Chairman, Association of Corporate Treasurers, Middle East For UK / UAE Financial Relations Services

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

Dr Matthew Jackson Team Leader, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office For British Foreign Policy Services

Dr Christopher Richard Lewis Deputy Director, Covid-19 Science, Head of the Health Profession, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office For International Development Services

Austin Mitchell Head, Department of Crisis Management, Consular Directorate, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office For services to British nationals abroad

Nicholas Monkhouse Deputy Head, Negotiations and Preparedness Coordination Department, Europe Directorate, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office For British Foreign Policy Services

Professor Michael Peter Moore Director General, International Center for Taxation and Development For International Development Services

Lois Abigail Perry Senior Nutrition Advisor, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office For International Development Services

Dr Raghu Rama Pillarisetti Director and Consultant Breast Surgeon, KIMS-USHALAKSHMI Center for Breast Diseases For Breast Cancer Care and Surgical Education Services in India and UK / India Relations

Stephen Philip Robbins Deputy Director of Information, Knowledge and Technology Directorate, Office of Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs For services at the Office of Foreign, Commonwealth and Development

Tania Helen Smith Deputy Director, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office For British Foreign Policy Services

Cathryn Nerys Rhiannon Turton Head of Development Office in Zimbabwe and South Africa, British Embassy, ​​Harare, Zimbabwe For Humanitarian Aid and International Development Services

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

Margaret Elizabeth Williams recently Regional Consular Director for the Americas For services to British nationals abroad

Sheikh Mansoor Ahmad Senior Private Sector Development Advisor, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office For International Development Services

Jasmine Stéphanie Baker Head of Asset Management and Insurance, British Embassy, ​​Beijing, China For British Foreign Policy Services

Sophie Madeleine Bracken Policy Advisor, Global Funds Department, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office For International Development Services

Recently Declan Byrne Head of Partnerships Team, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office For British Foreign Policy Services

Ann Letitia Cowan HM Consul and Director of Regional Consular Operations, British High Commission, Islamabad, Pakistan For services to British nationals

Daniel James Cowen Chief Financial Officer, British Embassy, ​​Beijing, China For British Foreign Policy Services

Charlotte Louise Dixon-Sutcliffe Activist For support services for victims of terrorism in the UK and Belgium

Christopher Matthew Dunn Head of Infrastructure and Environment, British Consulate General, Shanghai, China For British Foreign Policy Services

Professor Carlton Anthony William Evans Professor of Global Health and Honorary Medical Consultant, Imperial College London For Global Health Services

Alexandra Louise Charlotte Stokes Freegard Headquarters 365 Communications, Knowledge and Technology Directorate and most recently Chairman of the FCO ‘Enable’ Disability Network, Office of Foreign, Commonwealth and Development For services at the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office

William Graves Administrator 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 abroad

Andrew John Hamilton Team Leader, C-19 Business Management, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office For British Foreign Policy Services

John Hamilton Head, Prosperity Team, British High Commission, Nairobi, Kenya For British Foreign Policy Services

David Mark Hanmer Sector Representative and Regional Advocate, Royal British Legion, Portugal Branch For services to British nationals abroad

Lawrence Owen Jenkins Manager, Regional Consular Operations, British Embassy, ​​Bogota, Colombia For services to British nationals abroad

Sarah Jevons most recently Program Manager, China Health Prosperity Fund, British Embassy, ​​Beijing, China For British Foreign Policy Services

Daniel Kibble Policy Officer, Global Funds Department, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office For International Development Services

Colin Leeman First Secretary, Trade Policy, British High Commission, Wellington, New Zealand For British Foreign Policy Services

Alistair James Butchart Livingston Senior Advisor, Office of the Prime Minister of Kosovo For UK / Kosovo Relations Services and Conflict Resolution

Christopher Thomas Lomax Second Secretary for Human Rights, Permanent Mission of the United Kingdom to the United Nations, Geneva, Switzerland For human rights services

Andrew Terence Mahoney Trustee of the 24×7 Special Needs Holiday Trust For services to help people with special needs and their families

Peter Jonathan Mann President, Royal Commonwealth Society, Hong Kong Branch For Commonwealth Community Services in Hong Kong and Asia

Philip John Manns Foreign Security Advisor, Estates and Security Directorate, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office For the Security Services

Christopher Edward Maule Head of IT Delivery, Knowledge and Technology, Office of Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs For services at the Office of Foreign, Commonwealth and Development

Robert David McFawn most recently Head, Travel Advisory Team, Consular Directorate, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office For services to UK nationals abroad

Elizabeth Anne McKinnell First Secretary, British High Commission, Islamabad, Pakistan For British Foreign Policy Services

Sarah Katherine McLean Founder and President of Help for Forgotten Allies For service to ex-Burmese Crown servicemen during WWII

Suzanne Mooney Founder and President of The Lost Food Project For Support Services To Disadvantaged Communities In Malaysia

Simon Arthur Moseley most recently First Secretary, Head of Secure Technical Services, FCDO Services, British Embassy, ​​Beijing, China For services at the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office

Duncan Overfield Deputy Director of Development, Asia Region, UK High Commission, New Delhi, India For services to UK nationals abroad

Sanjay Patel Founder Station Soccer For services to social mobility, the promotion of prosperity and education in Atlanta through football

Laura Leanne Payne Planning and Implementation of European Strategy, Directorate for Europe, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office For British Foreign Policy Services

Andrew Roberts Founder, Revive Home for Vulnerable Children For services to vulnerable children in northeastern Brazil

Rebecca Susan Russo Head of Elections, United Kingdom Mission to the United Nations, New York, United States of America For British Foreign Policy Services

Amy Louise Smith recently Head of Team Ireland, Europe Directorate, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office For British Foreign Policy Services

Ann Maria Timandra Snow recently Head of the Iranian Nuclear Team, Middle East and North Africa Directorate, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office For British Foreign Policy Services

Michelle Marie Stewart Director of Operations, Consular Contact Center, Malaga, Spain For services to British nationals abroad

Elieen Margaret Stow Vice President of the British Macau Chamber of Commerce and Director and CEO, Lord Stow’s Bakeries and Cafes, Macao For UK Business, Education and Cultural Services

David Graham Thomas BEM President, Safe Communities Portugal For services to public security and British nationals in Portugal

Benjamin Wastnage Head of the Foreign Policy Team, British Embassy, ​​Paris, France and most recently Deputy Head of Mission, British Embassy, ​​Beirut, Lebanon For services to British interests in Lebanon

Captain Adam Reginald Williams Captain of the MV Helena For services in Saint Helena and his Covid-19 response

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

Andrew Costas Ziardis HM Consul, British Embassy in Tokyo and Director of Regional Consular Operations For services to British nationals abroad

Jane Catherine Looney Glover For community service in Rushen and Arbory ​​during the Covid-19 crisis

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

Glenn Terry De La Haye Safeguarding Lead, Customer and Local Services, Government of Jersey For community services and safeguarding vulnerable people

Andrew Le Gallais President, Jersey Milk Marketing Board For services to the Community and the dairy industry

Neil Andrew MacLachlan Obstetrician and Consultant Gynecologist, Jersey General Hospital For health care and community services

Clare Margaret Ryder Senior Nurse for Mental Health, Health and Community Services, Jersey For Mental Health and Community Services

Penelope Margaret Ahlgrimm Freelance Physiotherapist For Elderly Services in the British and Brazilian Communities

Nargus Akhtar most recently Head of Training and Exercises, Department of Crisis Management, Consular Directorate, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office For services to British nationals abroad

Billy Thomas Bennett Team Leader, Department of Consular Assistance, Consular Directorate, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office For services to British nationals abroad

Ryan Bennett Head of Engagement, Department of Transformation, Knowledge and Technology Directorate, Office of Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs For services in the Office of Foreign, Commonwealth and Development

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

Dr Gillian Rosemary Tilden Bullock President, Child Health and Development Kenya For family services in rural Kenya

Matthew James Cartwright Head of General Services, British Embassy, ​​Beijing, China For services in the Office of Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs

Tamara Renee Collard Foreign Travel Advisor, Association of Diplomatic Service Families For services to British diplomats and their families

Jason Gyan Doondeea Vice-Consul, British High Commission, New Delhi, India For services to British nationals abroad

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

Erin Victoria Harvey Liaison Officer for Aviation Security, British Embassy, ​​Tunis, Tunisia For services to British nationals abroad

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

Predeepkumar Parmar Office Agent, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office Services For British Foreign Policy Services

Freddy Edward Pearson Member of the Rapid Deployment Team, Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office For services to British nationals abroad

Rebecca Louise Platt Advanced Clinical Practitioner at BARTS Health NHS Trust For Humanitarian Response Services

Jane Caroline Strangways Program Manager, The HALO Trust, Somaliland For Covid-19 response services in Somaliland

Keith Allan Wince Engineer, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office Services For British Foreign Policy Services

Lee David Brooks Director of Operations, Frontline Emergency Ambulance Response, Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service and Clinical Contact Center Services, Welsh Ambulance Service NHS Trust

Keith Rowland Prior National Director, National Ambulance Resilience Unit (NARU), West Midlands Ambulance Service University NHS Foundation Trust (West Midlands)

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