Who would be in your honours list?
Actress Catherine Zeta Jones and the Help for Heroes charity founders are recognised on the Queen's Birthday Honours list. What's your reaction to the list?
The list, drawn up independently of government, was seen in draft form by former Prime Minister Gordon Brown and signed off by his successor David Cameron before being approved by the Queen.
As is customary, three-quarters of the awards in the honours list go to unsung local heroes. They include MBEs for Philip Kelsall, resident organist at Blackpool Tower, Susan Gibbs, an announcer at Fenchurch Street station in London, and James Fitchie, from Newtownards, County Down, who is honoured for services to ploughing in Northern Ireland.
Who would you like to see recognised in the honours list? What do you think of those who have been honoured this time around? Send us your suggestions and reaction.
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