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KBE 1986

Born 17 Sept. 1926; s of Malcolm King Acheson, MC, MD, and Dorothy Josephine Rennoldson; m 1st, Barbara Mary Castle (marr. diss. 2002); one s four d...

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FRCPsych

consultant psychiatrist in psychotherapy, Belfast Health and Social Services Trust (formerly Eastern Health and Social Services Board, then South and East Belfast Health and Social Services Trust), 1988–2010; Convenor, Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Party, House of Lords, 2010–14

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MP (SNP) East Kilbride, Strathaven and Lesmahagow, since 2015

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Kt 1996; MD; FRCS

JP; Lord Mayor of London, 1995–96; Consultant Surgeon, St Bartholomew’s Hospital, 1969–96, now Surgeon Emeritus, St Bartholomew’s and the Royal London Hospitals; Senior Lecturer, St Bartholomew’s Hospital Medical College, University of London, 1969–96

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MBE 1991; MD; FRCP, FRACP, FRCPCH

Born 6 March 1940; s of James Chieu Kim Chan and Rosie Chan; m 1965, Irene Wei-Len Chee; one ...

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FRSE; FREng

Born 22 April 1930; s of Ernest Frederick and Dora Gladys Collins; m 1956, Sally Parfitt; two s; died 23 Sept. 2015

Professor and Specialist Advisor to Vice-Chancellor, Napier University, ...

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a Deputy Speaker, House of Lords, 1986–2006; Chief Executive Officer, Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust, 2004–16 and since 2017 (President, 2016–17)

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MD; FRCPsych

Professor of Addiction Psychiatry, 2002–11, now Emeritus, and Academic Director of Psychiatry, 2002–11, University of Keele; Hon. Consultant Addiction Psychiatrist, South Staffordshire and Shropshire NHS Foundation Trust, since 2009

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FRCP, FFPH

Professor of Public Health Medicine, University of Wales College of Medicine, 1989–97, now Emeritus; Hon. Fellow, Cardiff Metropolitan University (formerly University of Wales Institute, Cardiff), since 1997

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AC 2006 (AO 2000); MD; FRACP, FAA, FTSE

Emeritus Sir John Monash Distinguished Professor, Monash University, since 2011; Governor of Victoria, Australia, 2006–11

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Kt 2002; MD; FRCP, FRCPE, FRCSE, FFPH, FRCGP, FMedSci

Professor of Public Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, since 2016; Honorary Distinguished Professor, Cardiff University, since 2015; Chief Medical Officer, Department of Health, 1998–2010

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CBE 2009; MRCVS

Consultant Editor, World Organisation for Animal Health, since 2009; Chief Executive, Veterinary Laboratories Agency, 2000–08, on secondment as interim Chief Executive, Animal Health, 2008, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (formerly Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food)

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FRCP, FRCGP

Hon. Professor in Palliative Medicine, since 1996, and Vice-Dean, School of Medicine, 2000–05, Cardiff University (formerly University of Wales College of Medicine); President: Royal Society of Medicine, 2006–08; British Medical Association, 2014–15

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Professor of Child Psychiatry, Institute of Child Health, London University, 1975–94, now Emeritus

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CBE 2000; DPhil

Professor of Pharmacology, Oxford University, 1996–2013; Senior Research Fellow, Lincoln College, Oxford, 1999–2018 (Fellow, 1985–99); Hon. Research Fellow, St Hilda’s College, Oxford, since 1999; Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Neuro-Bio Ltd, since 2014 (Chief Scientific Officer, 2013–14)

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MD; FRCP, FRCOG

Born Dublin, 17 Sept. 1957; s of Michael and Maureen Halligan; m 1985, Dr Carol Mary Sarah Furlong; three d; died 27 April 2015

Director, Well North, since ...

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FRCPsych; FRCPCH

Professor of Psychiatry of Disability, St George’s, University of London (formerly St George’s Hospital Medical School), 1990–2011, now Emeritus

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CBE 2008; FRCP, FRCOG, FFPH

independent investigator; Lead Associate Investigator, Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman, since 2016

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High Commissioner for Uganda in the United Kingdom, 1990–2003, and Ambassador to Ireland, 1995–2003 (Senior High Commissioner at the Court of St James’s, 1997); Dean of the Diplomatic Corps, 1999–2003