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Who’s Who In Cameron’s Honours List

Here is the full list of names of those given honours and peerages by David Cameron. We’re expected to believe it’s pure co-incidence that some are Tory donors.

:: CH (Companion of Honour)
George Osborne – Lately Chancellor of the Exchequer and First Secretary of State. For political and public service.
:: KCMG (Knight Commander, Order of St Michael and St George)
Hugo Swire – Lately Minister of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs and Minister of State for Northern Ireland. For political and public service.
:: KCB (Knight Commander, Order of the Bath)
Michael Fallon – Secretary of State for Defence. For political and public service.
:: Kt (Knight)
Andrew Cook – Chairman of William Cook Holdings and former Treasurer of Conservatives In. For political service.
Oliver Letwin – Lately Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. For political and public service.
Patrick McLoughlin – Chairman of the Conservative Party and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. For political and public service.
Craig Oliver – Lately Number 10 Director of Communications. For political and public service.
:: DBE (Dame Commander of the British Empire)
Caroline Spelman – Second Church Estates Commissioner and lately Cabinet Minister. For political and public service.
Arabella Warburton – Chief of Staff to Sir John Major. For political and public service.
:: CB (Companion, The Order of the Bath)
Nicholas Howard – Assistant Private Secretary to the Prime Minister. For public service.
:: CBE (Commander of the British Empire)
Helen Bower – Easton – Prime Minister’s Spokesperson. For public service.
John Hayes – Minister of State for Transport. For political and public service.
Nick Herbert – Lately Minister of State for Police and Criminal Justice and Chair of the All Party Group on Global TB and global LGBT Rights. For political and public service.
Ramsay Jones – Lately Special Adviser to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
Tim Kiddell – Private Secretary to the Prime Minister. For public service.
Daniel Korski – Lately Deputy Director of the Number 10 Policy Unit. For political and public service.
David Lidington – Leader of the House of Commons. For political and public service.
Will Straw – Lately Executive Director of the Stronger In Campaign. For political and public service.
Graeme Wilson – Lately Press Secretary to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
Gavin Williamson – Government Chief Whip and lately Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
OBE (Officer of the British Empire)
Julian Glover – Lately Special Adviser to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
Kathryn Jenkins – Conference Planner. For political service.
Neil O’Brien – Special Adviser to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
Lena Pietsch – Lately Special Adviser to the Deputy Prime Minister. For political and public service.
Thea Rogers – Lately Chief of Staff to the Chancellor of the Exchequer. For political and public service.
Alan Sendorek – Lately Number 10 Head of Political Press. For political and public service.
Isabel Spearman – Lately Special Adviser to Samantha Cameron. For political and public service.
Sheridan Westlake – Special Adviser to the Prime Minister and formerly Special Adviser to the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government. For political and public service.
Natasha Whitmill – Constituency Agent to the Rt Hon David Cameron MP. For
political service.
Eleanor Wolfson – Lately Deputy Chief of Staff to the Chancellor of the Exchequer. For political and public service.
MBE (Member of the British Empire)
Adam Atashzai – Lately Special Adviser to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
Jessica Cunniffe – Lately Speechwriter to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
Martha Gutierrez Velez – Driver, Government Car Service. For public service.
Richard Jackson – Lately Head of Operations, CCHQ. For political service.
Giles Kenningham – Lately Special Adviser to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
David McFarlane – The Rt Honourable David Cameron’s constituency Chairman. For political service.
Richard Parr – Lately Special Adviser to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
Caroline Preston – Lately Special Adviser to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
Jane Robertson – Constituency Manager to the Rt Hon George Osborne MP. For political service.
Nick Seddon – Lately Special Adviser to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
Nikki Shale – Constituency activist in Witney and Charity Trustee. For political service.
Kate Shouesmith – Lately Special Adviser to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
Sean Storey – Driver, Government Car Service. For public service.
Charlotte Todman – Lately Senior Press Officer, Number 10. For public service.
Laura Trott – Lately Special Adviser to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
Martha Varney – Lately Special Adviser to the Prime Minister. For political and public service.
:: Peerages from the former leader of the Conservative Party
Gabrielle Bertin – lately director of external relations at Number 10
Olivia Bloomfield – lately partner at Atlantic Superconnection Corporation and chairman of the Pump House Project
Jonathan Caine – lately special adviser to Theresa Villiers
Camilla Cavendish – lately head of the Number 10 policy unit
Andrew Fraser – treasurer of the Conservative Party
Jitesh Gadhia – lately senior managing director at Blackstone and currently board member of UK Financial Investments and UK Government Investments
Timothy Kirkhope – MEP for Yorkshire and Humber and former member of parliament for Leeds North East
Ed Llewellyn – lately chief of staff to the Prime Minister
Mark McInnes – Conservative councillor for the Meadows/Morningside ward in Edinburgh and director of the Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party
Philippa Roe – leader of Westminster City Council
Liz Sugg – lately head of operations at Number 10
Charlotte Vere – executive director of the Girls’ Schools Association and former executive director at Conservatives In
Laura Wyld – lately head of the Prime Minister’s appointments unit
:: Nominations from the leader of the Labour Party
Shami Chakrabarti – chancellor of the University of Essex and former director of Liberty
:: Nominations for crossbench peerages
Sir Nicholas Macpherson – lately permanent secretary to Her Majesty’s Treasury (2005-2016)
Sir Peter Ricketts – lately Her Majesty’s ambassador to France (2012-16), national security adviser (2010-12) and permanent under secretary FCO and head of the Diplomatic Service (2006-10)

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