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2010 Dissolution Honours
Outgoing Prime Minister Gordon Brown in 2009

The 2010 Dissolution Honours List was issued on 28 May 2010 at the advice of the outgoing Prime Minister, Gordon Brown. The list was gazetted on 15 June.[1]Keith Hill was offered but declined a knighthood, saying he would find the title "embarrassing".[2]

Life Peerages



Liberal Democrats

Democratic Unionist Party


Working Peers



  • Sir Jeremy Hugh Beecham - senior figure in English local government and first Chairman of the Local Government Association.
  • Rt Hon. Paul Boateng - former Government Minister and MP for Brent South.
  • Rita Margaret Donaghy - former Chair Conciliation and Arbitration Service.
  • Jeannie Drake - former Deputy General Secretary of the Communication Workers Union.
  • Dr Dianne Hayter - Chair of Legal Services Consumer Panel.
  • Anna Healy - former Government and political adviser, serving in numerous government departments.
  • Roy Kennedy - Labour Party's Director of Finance and Compliance, long serving member of the Labour Party.
  • Rt Hon. Helen Lawrie Liddell - former Secretary State of Scotland.
  • Roger John Liddle - former Special Adviser on Europe.
  • Rt Hon. Dr Jack Wilson McConnell - former First Minister of Scotland.
  • John Stephen Monks - General Secretary, European Trades Union Confederation.
  • Sue Nye - former Director of Government Relations, Prime Minister's Office.
  • Maeve Sherlock - former Chief Executive of the Refugee Council and Former Special Advisor to Chancellor.
  • Robert Wilfrid (Wilf) Stevenson - former Director of the Smith Institute and Special Adviser to the PM.
  • Margaret Wheeler - Director of Organisation and Staff Development for the public service union UNISON.
  • Michael Williams - former Special Adviser on Foreign Affairs.

Liberal Democrats

Knights Bachelor

Privy Council


  1. ^ "No. 59459". The London Gazette (Supplement). 15 June 2010. p. 11151.
  2. ^ "Former Streatham MP turns down knighthood". Streatham Guardian. 18 June 2010. Archived from the original on 2011-07-21. Retrieved 2010.

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