List of High Commissioners of the United Kingdom to Brunei
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Brunei was a British protectorate from 1888 until the state gained full independence on 1 January 1984. As fellow members of the Commonwealth of Nations, the United Kingdom and Brunei exchange High Commissioners rather than ambassadors.
List of heads of mission
British Consuls-General in Brunei
- 1847: James Brooke, commissioner and consul general.
- 1851: Spenser St. John, acting commissioner and consul general
- 1861: Jeremiah Thomas Fitzgerald Callaghan, acting consul general 
British High Commissioners to Brunei
- 1950-1959: Anthony Abell
- 1959–1963: Sir Dennis White
- 1963–1965: Edgar O. (Michael) Laird
- 1965–1967: Fernley Webber
- 1967–1972: Arthur Adair
- 1972–1975: Peter Gautrey
- 1975–1978: James Davidson
- 1978–1983: Arthur Watson
- 1983–1986: Francis Cornish
- 1986–1991: Roger Westbrook
- 1991–1994: Adrian Sindall
- 1994–1998: Ivan Callan
- 1998–2002: Stuart Laing
- 2002–2005: Andrew Caie
- 2005–2009: John Saville
- 2009–2013: Rob Fenn
- 2013–present[update]: David Ian Campbell
- Edw Hertslet, The Foreign Office List, forming a complete British Diplomatic and Consular p 45
- The Diplomatic Service list 2006. p. 75.
- "Ambassadors". Hansard. 1 Sep 2003. Retrieved 2009-07-23.
- Change of High Commissioner to Brunei, Foreign & Commonwealth Office, 23 May 2013