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Billingham, Baroness, (Angela Theodora Billingham) (born 31 July 1939)  

JP

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Boggis, Emma Louise, (born 1 April 1973), Board Member, National Lottery Community Fund, since 2019  

Board Member, National Lottery Community Fund, since 2019

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Byford, Baroness, (Hazel Byford) (born 14 Jan. 1941)  

DBE 1994; DL

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Callicott, Richard Kenneth, (born 18 Sept. 1946), Founder, 2004, and Chief Executive Officer, 2013–20, Reddenhill Consulting (Managing Director, 2004–13)  

OBE 2012

Founder, 2004, and Chief Executive Officer, 2013–20, Reddenhill Consulting (Managing Director, 2004–13)

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Clarke, Sarah, (born 12 Oct. 1965), Lady Usher of the Black Rod and Serjeant-at-Arms, House of Lords, Officer of the Garter, and Secretary to the Lord Great Chamberlain, since 2018  

OBE 2018

Lady Usher of the Black Rod and Serjeant-at-Arms, House of Lords, Officer of the Garter, and Secretary to the Lord Great Chamberlain, since 2018

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Coe, Baron, (Sebastian Newbold Coe) (born 29 Sept. 1956)  

CH 2013; KBE 2006 (OBE 1990; MBE 1982)

President, World Athletics (formerly International Association of Athletics Federations), since 2015 (Council Member, 2003–07; Vice President, 2007–15)

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Collins, Jane Maria, (born 17 Feb. 1962), Member (UK Ind) Yorkshire and the Humber Region, European Parliament, 2014–19  

Member (UK Ind) Yorkshire and the Humber Region, European Parliament, 2014–19

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Cromartie, 5th Earl of, (John Ruaridh Grant Mackenzie) (born 12 June 1948)  

MIExpE

explosives engineer

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Dalton, Daniel Anthony Thomas, (born 31 Jan. 1974), Chief Executive Officer, British Chamber of Commerce, EU and Belgium, 2020–21  

Chief Executive Officer, British Chamber of Commerce, EU and Belgium, 2020–21

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Done, Frances Winifred, (born 6 May 1950), Chair, Youth Justice Board, 2008–14  

CBE 2003; FCA

Chair, Youth Justice Board, 2008–14

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Farish, William Stamps, (born 1938), Ambassador of the United States of America to the Court of St James’s, 2001–04  

III

Ambassador of the United States of America to the Court of St James’s, 2001–04

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Gault, Michael, (born 2 May 1954), pistol shooter, until 2015; Test and Measuring Equipment Controller, Ministry of Defence, 1997–2014  

OBE 2008

pistol shooter, until 2015; Test and Measuring Equipment Controller, Ministry of Defence, 1997–2014

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Glentoran, 3rd Baron, (Thomas Robin Valerian Dixon) (born 21 April 1935)  

CBE 1992 (MBE 1969); DL

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Greenway, John Robert, (born 15 Feb. 1946)  

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Hare, Paul Webster, (born 20 July 1951), HM Diplomatic Service, retired; Project Director, Shanghai World EXPO 2010, UK Trade and Investment, 2005–08; Senior Lecturer, Frederick S Pardee School of Global Studies, Boston University, since 2015  

LVO 1985

HM Diplomatic Service, retired; Project Director, Shanghai World EXPO 2010, UK Trade and Investment, 2005–08; Senior Lecturer, Frederick S Pardee School of Global Studies, Boston University, since 2015

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Hilaire, Dr Ernest, Member (Lab) Castries South, House of Assembly, St Lucia, since 2016; Minister for Tourism, Investment, Creative Industries, Culture and Information, since 2021  

Member (Lab) Castries South, House of Assembly, St Lucia, since 2016; Minister for Tourism, Investment, Creative Industries, Culture and Information, since 2021

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Hughes, Robert Valentine, (born 13 Feb. 1943), Chairman, Horserace Betting Levy Board, 1998–2009  

CBE 1999

Chairman, Horserace Betting Levy Board, 1998–2009

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Ironside, Leonard, JP; Scottish Manager for Information and Support (formerly Information and Support Manager for Scotland), Parkinson’s Disease Society, 2007–15  

CBE 2003

JP; Scottish Manager for Information and Support (formerly Information and Support Manager for Scotland), Parkinson’s Disease Society, 2007–15

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Jackson-Nelson, Hon. Marjorie, (born 13 Sept. 1931), Governor, South Australia, 2001–07  

AC 2001; CVO 2002; MBE 1953

Governor, South Australia, 2001–07

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Khan, Imran, (Imran Ahmad Khan Niazi), (born 25 Oct. 1952), Hilal-e-Imtiaz, Pakistan, 1993; Founder, 1997, and Chairman, Pakistan Teehreek-e-Insaf Party; MP (PTI) Mianwali, Pakistan, 2002–07 and since 2018 (Rawalpindi, 2013–18); Prime Minister of Pakistan, 2018–22  

Hilal-e-Imtiaz, Pakistan, 1993; Founder, 1997, and Chairman, Pakistan Teehreek-e-Insaf Party; MP (PTI) Mianwali, Pakistan, 2002–07 and since 2018 (Rawalpindi, 2013–18); Prime Minister of Pakistan, 2018–22