Ed Sheeran awarded MBE in Queen's Birthday Honours List

Ed Sheeran awarded MBE in Queen's Birthday Honours List

Ed Sheeran awarded MBE in Queen's Birthday Honours List

The Queen's Birthday Honours list has been published - and it only includes three names from the world of United Kingdom tech.

The celebrity broadcaster Gloria Hunniford receives an OBE for her services to cancer charities. "I'll keep working hard to grow tennis and to promote women's sport across the United Kingdom".

He said: "I have had the privilege to work with so many talented and committed people".

"I was so determined that there would be a legacy from what Jamie and Andy had achieved, and I felt I could have much more long-term effect by sharing everything I've learnt over my coaching career with..."

Gloria Hunniford, who has been awarded an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List.

Dick Greenwood, the former England flanker and coach, also receives an OBE for services to national and global rugby.

Dr Julie Greeves, a research scientist for the MoD, from Salisbury, has been awarded an OBE for services to military operational effectiveness.

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The Canadian has scored 39 goals in 68 league appearances with the Lions, including eight in 15 games this season. The forward started and played 61 minutes in Canada's 2-1 win over Curacao on Tuesday in Montreal.

The Saints midfielder was the first player to captain Northern Ireland at a major tournament in 30 years.

"When I began recording audiobooks it was looked down upon by other actors, so I am pleased not just for myself but for the industry that has come such a long way". Mrs McCarthy has worked for Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (Acas) for 25 years, including five years as Director for Operational Policy and Performance.

The Southampton midfielder was awarded an MBE in the Queen's Birthday honours after leading his Northern Ireland side to the last 16 in the European Championships last summer.

Ed Sheeran is set to receive an MBE.

"I am grateful for such a recognition and share the achievement with all my colleagues, friends and family members who have supported me for the years", said Dr Mehta, a prominent campaigner for Indian-origin doctors in the UK.

Mrs Oakley, a mother of two, will receive her MBE at an investiture yet to be arranged and will be joined in retirement by her husband in a few weeks.

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