Dr Malik Ramadhan operated through the night on 12 victims of the terror attack.Read the full story ›
Daphne Selfe was ‘totally surprised’ to have been awarded a British Empire Medal for her services to women and fashion.Read the full story ›
Jayne-Anne Gadhia, Ann Gloag and Alison Brittain will all be recognised.Read the full story ›
Marjorie 'Peggy' Maskrey knew poverty at a young age and has dedicated her life to helping others in need.Read the full story ›
Great Britain's Olympic heroes dominate the New Year Honours list with Mo Farah, Andy Murray and Jessica Ennis-Hill among those recognised.Read the full story ›
David Cameron has been accused of using the honours system to reward "Tory cronies and donors" on the New Year's list.Read the full story ›
Barbara Windsor, Tony McCoy, Idris Elba and Chris Froome are among well-known faces recognised in the New Year's Honours list.Read the full story ›
Criticism of the New Year honour awarded to former Lord Mayor of London Fiona Woolf, a few months after she was forced to resign as chair of the Government's child sexual abuse inquiry, is "very unfair", her inquiry predecessor has said.
Baroness Butler-Sloss defended the damehood awarded to Ms Woolf, saying the "very least that the honours system could do would be to honour a woman who has got such a distinguished post".
Labour MP Simon Danczuk had earlier said the award "seems inappropriate" and "once again ... looks like the Establishment is looking after their own".
Fiona Woolf misled the Home Secretary over her links with Leon Brittan, caused unnecessary distress to victims of child abuse and caused a lengthy and avoidable delay to a very serious inquiry that urgently needs to get started.
Lady Butler-Sloss, who resigned from the inquiry first over her brother's establishment role during the 1980s, blamed the Home Office for failing to perform proper checks on Dame Fiona's links to former home secretary Lord Brittan.
Two bosses of beleaguered Network Rail have been awarded MBEs in the New Year Honours.
Over-running engineering work led to chaotic scenes last Saturday with closures at King's Cross and Paddington stations.
Network Rail's western route managing director Patrick Hallgate, whose responsibilities include routes in and out of Paddington, has been awarded an MBE for services to the economy in south west England.
The firm's south east route managing director David Ward has also been given an MBE for services to the rail industry.
Fashion designer Mary Quant, whose parents are Welsh, has been made a Dame in the New Year's Honours list.Read the full story ›