Queen's Birthday Honours 2018: Kenny Dalglish and Emma Thompson named

Queen's Birthday Honours 2018: Kenny Dalglish and Emma Thompson named

"I have had the privilege to work with some exceptional women over my 56-year career and I think we have managed to not only promote the interests of a key United Kingdom industry, but also provide the nurturing and support for young women in business that was simply not there when I started in 1962", said Neville. I have had many years of being involved in cricket and that has given me tremendous enjoyment.

Founder and Managing Director of ER Recruitment, Leicester, Eileen was made an MBE for her work promoting female entrepreneurship.

For the first time women have outnumbered men in the list of people receiving the top Queen's birthday honours.

Both were honoured for their outstanding service to pharmacy.

"I like to think this award honours that, and the importance of literature and creativity in the classroom".

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Among the politicians honoured are Conservative MPs Eleanor Laing and Bernard Jenkin, awarded a damehood and a knighthood respectively for their political and public service, while Labour's Louise Ellman has also been made a dame for parliamentary and political services.

Holocaust survivor Ber Helfgott, also known as Ben, is knighted for services to Holocaust remembrance and education, one of almost three-quarters of those on the honours list deemed to have undertaken outstanding work in or for their local community.

Jennifer Nutt received the medal for services to the community in Pangbourne, Tidmarsh and Sulham.

"Although my work is challenging, my aim is to ensure that the young people in my care have a positive experience of mental health services and that they are supported through their journey on the way to recovery".

It's perhaps in his very nature then that the mischievously humble 37-year-old from Carcoar would consider himself somehow unworthy of being appointed Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) as part of the Queen's Birthday honours.

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