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Queen's Birthday Honours list 2018

Published: 08 Jun 2018 22:30

Recipients of the Queen’s Birthday Honours in Scotland

In Scotland there are more than 100 recipients in the Queen's Birthday Honours, including:

  • A Knight Grand Cross for Sir Craig Reedie CBE for services to Sport
  • A Companion of Honour for Doctor Richard Henderson for services to electron microscopy of biological molecules

A Knighthood for: 

  • Professor James Hough OBE for services to the detection of gravitational waves
  • Kenny Dalglish MBE for services to football, charity and the City of Liverpool

Commanders of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) include:

  • Professor Lorna Dawson for services to soil and forensic science
  • Alexander (Sandy) Begbie for services to business and social inclusion
  • Professor James Murdoch for services to education and human rights

Officers of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) include:

  • David Climie for services to engineering
  • Professor Foo Yew (Eddy) Liew for services to science and medicine, particularly in Scotland and Hong Kong
  • Norman Lannigan for services to pharmaceutical care and medicines management
  • Sally McMath for services to Girlguiding and the community in West Lothian
  • Lucinda Russell for services to horse racing   
  • Peter Scott for services to people with disabilities

Among those to be made Members of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) are:

  • Alastair (Ally) Boyle for services to charity, particularly the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service and Anthony Nolan Partnership
  • Jonathan Burton for services to healthcare
  • William Deans for services to maritime safety
  • David Gourlay for services to bowls
  • Lynne Kennedy for services to the promotion of women in business
  • Kirsty Letton for services to curling
  • Archibald Macmillan for services to the Scottish seafood industry
  • Christine Primrose for services to Gaelic music, culture and education in Scotland and internationally

Among those to become a Medallist of the Order of the British Empire (BEM) are:

  • Archie Baird for services to the history of golf
  • Brian Budge for service to military history in Orkney
  • Professor Josephine Haythornthwaite for services to asylum seekers in Glasgow
  • Linda McLeod for services to people with lung conditions