2020 Political Honours


The 2020 Political Honours List[1] was released concurrently with the delayed 2019 Dissolution Honours[2] on 31 July, 2020.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson in 2020

A second Political Honours List was released on 22 December 2020.[3]

Life Peerage


Conservative

July
December
  • The Rt Hon. Richard Benyon, to be Baron Benyon, of Englefield in the Royal County of Berkshire [11]
  • Peter Cruddas, to be Baron Cruddas, of Shoreditch in the London Borough of Hackney [12]
  • Dame Jacqueline Foster, DBE, to be Baroness Foster of Oxton, of Oxton in the County of Merseyside [13]
  • Stephanie Fraser, to be Baroness Fraser of Craigmaddie, of Craigmaddie in the County of Stirlingshire [11]
  • Dean Godson, to be Baron Godson, of Thorney Island in the City of Westminster [14]
  • Daniel Hannan, to be Baron Hannan of Kingsclere, of Kingsclere in the County of Hampshire [14]
  • Syed Kamall, to be Baron Kamall, of Edmonton in the London Borough of Enfield [15]

Labour

July
  • Sue Hayman, to be Baroness Hayman of Ullock, of Ullock in the County of Cumbria [6]
  • Prem Sikka, to be Baron Sikka, of Kingswood in Basildon in the County of Essex [16]
  • Anthony Woodley, to be Baron Woodley, of Wallasey in the Metropolitan Borough of Wirral [17]
December
  • Cllr Judith Blake, CBE, to be Baroness Blake of Leeds, of Gledhow in the City of Leeds [18]
  • Jennifer Chapman, to be Baroness Chapman of Darlington, of Darlington in the County of Durham [18]
  • Vernon Coaker, to be Baron Coaker, of Gedling in the County of Nottinghamshire [19]
  • Wajid Khan, to be Baron Khan of Burnley, of Burnley in the County of Lancashire [20]
  • Gillian Merron, to be Baroness Merron, of Lincoln in the County of Lincolnshire [15]

Non-Affiliated

July
  • Claire Fox, to be Baroness Fox of Buckley, of Buckley in the County of Flintshire [21]
  • Charles Moore, to be Baron Moore of Etchingham, of Etchingham in the County of East Sussex [8]

Crossbench

July
  • Sir Ian Botham, OBE, to be Baron Botham, of Ravensworth in the County of North Yorkshire [16]
  • Dame Louise Casey, DBE CB, to be Baroness Casey of Blackstock, of Finsbury in the London Borough of Islington [22]
  • Evgeny Lebedev, to be Baron Lebedev, of Hampton in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and of Siberia in the Russian Federation [23]
  • Dame Minouche Shafik, DBE, to be Baroness Shafik, of Camden in the London Borough of Camden and of Alexandria in the Arab Republic of Egypt [24]
December

References


  1. https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/906078/Political_Peerages_2020.pdf
  2. "Queen confers Peerages: 31 July 2020". GOV.UK.
  3. "Political Peerages 2020". GOV.UK.
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  5. of Wandsworth in the London Borough of Wandsworth
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