Birthday honours reward public servants

17 Jun 04
Liverpool City Council chief executive David Henshaw leads an array of public sector figures in the Queen's birthday honours list. He was awarded a knighthood for services to local government. He won the Award for Leadership at the Public Finance Public Servants of the Year Awards in May.

18 June 2004

Liverpool City Council chief executive David Henshaw leads an array of public sector figures in the Queen's birthday honours list. He was awarded a knighthood for services to local government. He won the Award for Leadership at the Public Finance Public Servants of the Year Awards in May.

Also awarded knighthoods were Professor Alan Craft, president of the Royal College of Paediatrics; Alan Steer, head of Seven Kings High School in Redbridge, east London; and inspector of constabulary Peter Winship.

DBEs include Gill Morgan, chief executive of the NHS Confederation; Denise Platt, chair of the Commission for Social Care Inspection; and Enid Bibby, head of Wood Green High School College of Sport in Wednesbury, West Midlands.

Other awards included CBEs for prisons and probation ombudsman Stephen Shaw, Geoff Mulgan, formerly head of policy at Number 10 and now director of the Institute of Community Studies, and Colin Barrow, chair of the Improvement and Development Agency.

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