British AmbassadorAmbassador of the United Kingdom
Returned on March 14, 2018. London Newspaper. June 24, 2011. Returned on June 25, 2011. Lyall-Grant - Press Release - United Kingdom Government". United Kingdom authorities. Returned on July 8, 2015. Changing Her Majesty's Ambassador to the United States of America - News - United Kingdom Government".
United Kingdom authorities. Returned on January 29, 2016. Wilkinson, Michael; Alexander, Harriet (November 22, 2016). "Doctor Trump commends Nigel Farage as British Ambassador to the United States - but No10 says there is no vacancy". Returned on November 22, 2016. Wintour, Patrick; Elgot, Jessica; Borger, Julian (22 November 2016).
"The ministers reject Donald Trump's call for Nigel Farage to be appointed ambassador." Returned on November 22, 2016. Cowburn, Ashley (November 22, 2016). "After Donald Trump's explanations, Theresa May will meet with the British ambassador in the USA". Returned on November 22, 2016. London Gazette (3rd Supplement). London Gazette (1st Supplement).
United Kingdom head of mission schedule
British Ambassadorial Officers are usually British diplomats, with the exception of Commonwealth of Nations member states where the Chief of Staff is a High Commissar. As a rule, the Chief of Mission within an IFO is a standing delegate. There are no direct military ties with Taiwan; the Bureau acts as an informal ombudsman.
In a number of Member States, the United Kingdom does not have a full diplomatic or consular post. However, in each case the leader of the missions to another county, usually a neighboring county, is also recognized in the other county (with the exception of the Haitian and Honduran Ambassadors, who are committed but not resident).
For the most part, a smaller-scale, locally-based emergency response operation is led by a smaller number of diplomats or a member of the British LGBT communion.