For services to the Voluntary and Charitable Sectors particularly the Hospice Movement. Regius Professor of Engineering, Cambridge University Engineering Department.
For services to the Low Paid and the Family Justice System. For services to Young People in East London and Essex through the Jack Petchey Foundation.
For services to the Scottish Parliament and voluntary service to Higher Education and the community in Scotland. Clinical Lead in Infectious Diseases, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust.
Founder and chief executive Officer REAch2, and Executive Headteacher, Hillyfield Primary Academy, London Borough of Waltham Forest. For services to Scientific Advice in Government and Science Outreach.
Formerly Chair, Joint Intelligence Committee, Cabinet Office.
For services to the Prevention and Treatment of Infectious Diseases.
For services to International Business Inclusion and the City of London. For services to Transport and Welfare and for voluntary service in Kilburn, London. Director, Academies and Maintained Schools Group, Department for Education. Formerly director-general, Rail Executive, Department for Transport. (Petersfield, Hampshire) Royal Victorian Medal RVM (Gold) David Berwick, RVM.
Permanent secretary, Department for Work and Pensions. Director for Health Protection and Medical director, Public Health England. Chief Medical Officer for Wales and Medical director, NHS Wales. (Liverpool, Merseyside) Professor Nicholas Robert Jennings. Chief Scientific Adviser for National Security and Regius Professor of Computer Science, University of Southampton. (Bishops Waltham, Hampshire) Ms Clare Mary Moriarty. (Bowness on Windermere, Cumbria) John Michael Leal Uren, OBE. (London) Order of the Bath DCB Ms Linda Margaret Homer, CB. Formerly director-general, Roads, Traffic and Local Group, Department for Transport. (Haywards Heath, West Sussex) Dr Ruth Mary Hussey, OBE. Fire and Security Officer, Palace of Holyroodhouse. Director, Sussex Health Outcomes Research and Education in Cancer, University of Sussex. (Brighton, East Sussex) Ms Judith Elizabeth Hackitt, CBE.