pellinore Posted March 24 #1 Share Posted March 24 (edited) Liz Truss has requested peerages for some of her closest Tory supporters despite her government lasting only seven weeks after a disastrous budget. The former prime minister is understood to have submitted a list of peerages, while No 10 is also still considering whether to grant a long list of honours requested by Boris Johnson as well. The Sun reported that the list included Mark Littlewood, director general of the Institute of Economic Affairs, which backed her budget, Matthew Elliott, the Vote Leave founder, Ruth Porter, her former deputy chief of staff, and Jon Moynihan, a Conservative donor and businessman. Liz Truss requests peerages for some of her closest Tory supporters | Liz Truss | The Guardian Edited March 24 by pellinore Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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