An Oxford economist's calling for more places to be made available in elderly care homes.
Queen's Birthday Honours List
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Bernard Peter Gray. Chief of Defence Materiel Ministry of Defence. For public service, particularly to Defence. (Oxfordshire)
Professor Stephen John Nickell, CBE, FBA. Economist. For services to Economics. (Banbury, Oxfordshire)
Mrs Helen Shirley-Quirk. Director, Emergency Preparedness, Resilience and Response, Department of Health. For services to Public Health Protection. (Reading, Berkshire)
Christopher Raymond Murray. Business Development and Counters manager Windsor Farm Shop. (Berkshire)
Brian Dixon. Water Services Operator Crown Estate, Windsor.
Nicholas Simon Matthews. Warden Crown Estate, Windsor. (Berkshire)
ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE
Professor Frances Mary Ashcroft, FRS. Professor of Physiology, University of Oxford. For services to Medical Science and the Public Understanding of Science. (Oxfordshire)
Ms Frances Anne Cairncross, CBE, FRSE. Rector, Exeter College, University of Oxford. For services to Higher Education and to Economics. (Oxfordshire)
David Neill Bull. Chief executive UNICEF UK. For humanitarian services. (Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire)
Geoffrey Howard French. Chairman and Scott Wilson president, Institution of Civil Engineers. For services to Civil Engineering. (Newbury, Berkshire)
Professor Angela Mary Cecilia Gallop. Co-founder and chief executive Axiom International Ltd. For services to Forensic Science. (Abingdon, Oxfordshire)
Dr Heather McGregor. For services to Business especially Employment Skills and Diversity in the Workplace. (Didcot, Oxfordshire)
ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE, CIVIL
Mrs Judith Batchelar. Brand director, Sainsbury's. For services to Farming and the Food Industry. (Berkshire)
Mrs Cheryl Anne Coppell. Chief executive, London Borough of Havering. For services to Local Government. (Windsor, Berkshire)
Dr Elizabeth Goodwin. Chief executive Officer Waste and Resources Action Programme. For services to Business Resource Efficiency and the Environment. (Lower Heyford, Oxfordshire)
Dr Keith Harris. For services to the Music Industry. (Maidenhead, Berkshire)
Nicholas John Hartley. For services to Young People. (Woburn Sands, Buckinghamshire)
Ms Antoinette Harvey. Senior Geoscientist Oil and Gas Authority. For services to Energy Development. (Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire)
Professor Averil Mary Macdonald. Professor Emerita University of Reading. For services to Women in Science and Public Engagement with Science. (Winchester, Hampshire)
Dr Jonathan Marshall. General Practitioner Buckinghamshire. For services to General Practice. (Wendover, Buckinghamshire)
Timothy Fraser Marshall. Producer Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance. For services to Service and ex-Service Personnel. (High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire)
Elise Becket Lady Smith. For services to Music. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)
Ms Jane Vass. Head of Public Policy Age UK. For services to Financial Services Consumers. (High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire)
ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE, CIVIL
Dr Duncan Anderson. Lecturer Military History, Ministry of Defence. For services in support of Military Operations. (Oxfordshire)
Mrs Sally Elizabeth Ash. Head of Boating, Canal and River Trust. For services to British Inland Waterways. (Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire)
Miss Emma Jane Bridge. Administrative Officer Border Force. For services to Border Security. (Slough, Berkshire)
Edward Herbert Collins. For services to the community in High Wycombe Buckinghamshire. (Marlow, Buckinghamshire)
Kenneth Raymond Deeks. Founder Byte Night and Fundraiser, Action for Children. For services to Children. (Reading, Berkshire)
Mrs Wendy Fidler. For services to Interfaith Relations in Oxford. (Oxfordshire)
Ms Katherine Arnold-Forster. Head of Museums and Special Collections and director Museums of English Rural Life, University of Reading. For services to University Museums. (Oxfordshire)
Malcolm John Leeding. For services to the community in Oxfordshire. (Forest Hill, Oxfordshire)
Professor Patricia Leopold. Sessional Lecturer and Advocate of Pro Bono Activities University of Reading. For services to Higher Education. (Eynsham, Oxfordshire)
Mrs Michelle Ovens. Director, Ovens and Co and National Campaign director, Small Business Saturday. For services to Enterprise. (Didcot, Oxfordshire)
Mrs Karen Rosalind Ross. Chief executive, Relate Berkshire. For services to Children and Families. (Reading, Berkshire)
Kiron Kumar Sharma. For services to Business and to charity in Berkshire. (Reading, Berkshire)
Ms Julia Elizabeth Simpson. West Thames Area manager Environment Agency. For services to communities at risk of Flooding. (Oxfordshire)
Gordon Hamish Stout. For services to Scouting and to Young People. (Reading, Berkshire)
Mrs Lynda Helen Myles-Till. Ambassador, Action for Children. For services to Children and Young People. (Shiplake, Oxfordshire)
John Wilson. For services to Boxing Young People and charity in Marlow, Buckinghamshire.
Mrs Helena Wyatt. Community Psychiatric Nurse, Oxfordshire. For services to Mental Health Nursing.
BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL
Mrs Helen Mary Ayling. Vice-Chair of Governors, Uplands School, Sandhurst. For services to Education. (Sandhurst, Berkshire)
The former head of private school in Berkshire's suggesting that degree courses could be reduced to two years.
The Labour leader's used a visit to Reading to call the government's housing policy "misguided".
The majority of students admitted to Oxbridge last year were from state schools, figures show.
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