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Full list: Liz Truss’s resignation honours

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Fourteen months after Liz Truss left Downing Street, her list of resignation honours has today finally been finally published. It contains eleven names, three of whom receive peerages and will take up seats in the House of Lords. Four of the recipients are, like Truss, sitting Conservative MPs in the House of Commons. Here is the full list of those who have received gongs:

Peerages:

Matthew Elliott 

Political Strategist and formerly Chief Executive of Vote Leave.

Jon Moynihan 

Formerly CEO and Executive Chairman of PA Consulting Group. Formerly Chairman of Vote  Leave.

Ruth Porter 

Deputy Chief of Staff to the former Prime Minister in 2022.

Order of the British EmpireDames Commander of the Order of the British Empire:

Shirley Conran 

For services to mathematics education as founder of the Maths Anxiety Trust.

Jacqueline Doyle-Price MP 

For public and political service as Minister of State for Industry and Member of Parliament for Thurrock.

Order of the British EmpireKnight Commander of the Order of the British Empire:

Alec Shelbrooke MP 

For public and political service as Minister of State for Defence Procurement and Member of Parliament for Elmet and Rothwell.

Order of the British Empire Commanders of the Order of the British Empire:

Sophie Jarvis 

For public service as Special Adviser from July 2019 to October 2022 at DIT, FCDO and 10 Downing Street.

Shabbir Merali 

For public service as Economic Adviser and Special Adviser from February 2018 to October 2022 at HM Treasury, DIT, FCDO and 10 Downing Street.

Order of the British Empire Officers of the Order of the British Empire:

Robert Butler MP 

For political and public service as Parliamentary Private Secretary at FCDO and Member of Parliament for Aylesbury.

Suzanne Webb MP 

For political and public service as Parliamentary Private Secretary at DIT and 10 Downing Street, and Member of Parliament for Stourbridge.

Order of the British Empire Members of the Order of the British Empire:

David Hills 

For political service as Conservative Association Chairman in South West Norfolk 

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