Ex-MI5 chief and DPP receive University of Leeds degree honour
The former head of MI5 and the Director of Public Prosecutions have received honorary doctorates from the University of Leeds.
Baroness Eliza Manningham-Buller and Keir Starmer both received Honorary Doctorate of Laws at a ceremony.
The achievements of academic and historian Sir Ian Kershaw and philosopher Baroness Onora O'Neil were also recognised.
The university said all recipients excelled in their specialist fields.
Sir Ian Kershaw received an Honorary Doctorate of Letters and Baroness O'Neil received an Honorary Doctorate of Laws.
Baroness Manningham-Buller joined MI5 in 1974 after working as an English teacher.
She was director of the agency's Irish counter-terrorism branch before becoming deputy director general in 1997 and head of the service in 2002.
Mr Starmer QC took up the role of Director of Public Prosecutions in 2008.
He is responsible for prosecutions, legal issues and criminal justice policy.