1990 Prime Minister's Resignation Honours


1990 Prime Minister's Resignation Honours

The 1990 Prime Minister's Resignation Honours were officially announced in the "London Gazette" of 21 December 1990 and marked the November 1990 resignation of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. [LondonGazette|issue=52371|supp=yes|startpage=19581|endpage=19582|date=21 December 1990|accessdate=2008-08-24]

Life Peers

*Dame Joan Seccombe, DBE, Vice Chairman, Conservative Party.
*Professor Brian Griffiths, formerly Special Advisor to Margaret Thatcher, and Head of Policy Unit.
*Sir Hector Laing, Life President, United Biscuits (Holdings) plc.
*Peter Garth Palumbo, Chairman, Arts Council of Great Britain.
*Sir Jeffrey Maurice Sterling, CBE, Chairman, the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company, Vice Chairman and Chairman of the Executive, Motability.
*Sir (Vincent) Gordon Lindsay White, KBE, Chairman, Hanson Industries.
*Sir David Wolfson, Chairman, Haigside Ltd.

Knights Bachelor

*Timothy John Leigh Bell, Deputy Chairman, Lowe Bell Communications.
*George Arthur Gardiner, MP, Member of Parliament for Reigate.
*Bernard Ingham, formerly Chief Press Secretary, 10 Downing Street.
*Geoffrey Norman Leigh, Chairman, Allied London Properties plc.
*Nicholas Markley Lloyd, Editor, "Daily Express".
*The Rt. Hon. Peter Hugh Morrison, MP, Member of Parliament for the City of Chester. Deputy Chairman, Conservative Party 1986–1989. Lately Parliamentary Private Secretary, 10 Downing Street.
*Michael Jon Neubert, MP, Member of Parliament for Romford. Formerly Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the Armed Forces.

Order of the Bath

Companions (CB)

*Andrew Turnbull, Principal Private Secretary, Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street.

Order of St Michael and St George

Knights Commander (KCMG)

*Charles David Powell, Private Secretary, Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street.

Order of the British Empire

Dames Commander (DBE)

*Jane Elizabeth Gow, for political and public service.
*Sue Tinson, Associate Editor, Independent Television News.

Commanders (CBE)

*John Robin Catforo, Secretary for Appointments, Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street.
*Joan Valerie Hall, Member Council, University College of Buckingham. Formerly Member of Parliament for Keighley 1970–1974.
*Dr. John Henderson, Personal Physician to Margaret Thatcher
*Brian Hitchen, Editor, "The Daily Star".
*Olga Polizzi, Member, Westminster City Council.
*(John) Harvey Noake Thomas, International Public Relations Consultant: Consultant Director of Presentation and Promotion, Conservative Party.

Officers (OBE)

*Marjorie Sherman. For charitable services.
*Christine Margaret Wall, Head of News Department, Conservative Central Office.
*John Flasby Lawrance Whittingdale, formerly Political Secretary; Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street.

Members (MBE)

*Jean Dibblin, Senior Personal Secretary, Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street.
*Susan Irene Goodchild, Invitations Secretary, Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street.
*Dorothy Haynes, Curator/Housekeeper at Chequers.
*Margaret King, Fashion Director, Aquascutum Ltd.
*Robert "Bob" Kingston, Personal Detective to Margaret Thatcher
*Amanda, Ponsonby, formerly Personal Assistant to Margaret Thatcher
*Janice Kay Richards, Head of Garden Rooms, Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street.
*Sherry Dorelia Warner, Senior Cook, Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street.

British Empire Medal (BEM)

*Edwina Mary Booker, Cleaner, Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street.
*Alma Dew, Telephonist, Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street.
*Sergeant Theresa Maria Duda, Women's Royal Air Force. Assistant House Manager at Chequers.
*Peter Paul D'Emanuele, Messenger, Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street.
*Alfred George Frederick Heath, Custody Guard Supervisor, Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street.
*Doris Agnes "Dot" King, Messenger. Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street.
*Anthony James Robert Yandle, Deputy House Manager, Prime Minister's Office, 10 Downing Street.

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