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Network Rail employees recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours list(amp)

Six current and one former Network Rail employees have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list, published on Saturday 10 October.

Simon Constable, Dave Williams, Gareth Mallion, Chris Conway, Phil Graham, Brian Paynter and Nasir Khan – who has since left Network Rail – have been honoured for their incredible response to the Covid-19 pandemic, valuable work in their communities and a strong dedication to safety and diversity in the rail industry.

Andrew Haines, chief executive of Network Rail, said: “I would like to congratulate Simon, Dave, Gareth, Chris, Phil, Brian and Nasir for their incredible achievement of being recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

“Their hard work and dedication is an example to us all of the difference we can make at our workplaces and in our communities, and I am proud to call them my colleagues.

“This year’s list included honours to recognise contributions in tackling the Covid-19 pandemic on the frontline and in local communities. I am pleased but not at all surprised to see the outstanding efforts of rail staff acknowledged in this way.”

Signaller Chris Conway is among those recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours, for his tireless work helping homeless people

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