The former prime minister’s list also includes Tory candidate for Mayor of London Shaun Bailey and Parliamentary hairdresser Kelly Jo Dodge.
Former culture secretary Nadine Dorries and Sir Alok Sharma, president of the Cop26 climate summit in Glasgow, were absent from the list, following reports the Government cut them at the 11th hour to swerve potentially damaging by-elections in their seats.
But Ms Dorries earlier announced she was standing down as an MP “with immediate effect”, triggering an early election battle in her Mid Bedfordshire constituency.
Labour’s Angela Rayner called Mr Johnson’s resignation honours list a “sickening insult”.
The deputy leader said: “Instead of tackling the cost-of-living crisis, the Tories are spending their time doling out rewards for those who tried to cover up rule-breaking and toadied to a disgraced former prime minister.
“It’s a sickening insult that those who planned Covid parties and held boozy lockdown bashes while families were unable to mourn loved ones are now set to be handed gongs by Rishi Sunak.
“As Boris Johnson faces yet more allegations and investigations about his conduct, the privilege of an honours list is spectacularly ill-judged and wholly undeserved.”
Here is the list in full:
– Andrea Marie Jenkyns MP, former Assistant Whip and Minister for Skill
– Priti Patel MP, former Home Secretary in Mr Johnson’s Government
– Ann Sindall, Personal Assistant to Mr Johnson
– Michelle Williams-Walker, Former Special Adviser and Head of Operations for Mr Johnson
– Conor Burns MP, Former Minister of State at the Northern Ireland Office
– Simon Clarke MP, Former Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities
– Benjamin Elliot, former Tory party co-chair
– Michael Fabricant, Tory MP for Lichfield
– William John Lewis, political adviser to Boris Johnson
– Jacob Rees-Mogg, MP for West Somerset and former Cabinet minister
– Guto Harri, former Communications Director at Downing Street in Mr Johnson’s Government
– Rosemary Bate-Williams, former press secretary to Mr Johnson
– Colin Cromarty Bloom, former faith engagement advisor to Mr Johnson
– Henry Charles Rixar Cook, former Special Adviser to Mr Johnson
– Jack Doyle, former Downing Street Director of Communications
– Roisha Maria Hughes, former Principal Private Secretary to the Mayor of London
– Ray Arthur Lewis, former Deputy Mayor of London
Order of the bath
– Martin Reynolds, former Principal Private Secretary to Mr Johnson
– David Canzini, former Political Advisor to Mr Johnson during his time as Prime Minister
– Samantha Helen Cohen CVO, former Director of the Office of the Prime Minister
– Alexander Karczewski Crowley, former political advisor to Mr Johnson
– Rebecca Rose Haggar Kaikitis, councillor of the London Borough of Hillingdon
– Samantha Geraldine Harrison, former interim Permanent Secretary and Chief Operating Officer of the Office of the Prime Minister
– Benjamin Robert Mallet, former strategy director for the General Election and London Campaign Director
– Robert Mark Raymond Oxley, former Press Secretary at Downing Street
– Daniel James Ritterband, former head of the Mayor of London campaign
– Sarah Elizabeth Rebecca Vaughan-Brown, former Personal Adviser to Carrie Johnson
– Dr William Gerald Winter Warr, former Senior Special Adviser to Mr Johnson on Health, Social Care and Life Sciences and Senior Vice President, Global Health Strategy at BioNTech
– Catherine Grace Rostron OBE, Senior Parliamentary Assistant and Special Adviser to Mr Johnson
– Kelly Jo Dodge, long-time Parliamentary hairdresser
– Andrea Laybourne, former Parliamentary Secretary to Mr Johnson
– Richard John Mark, Senior Parliamentary Assistant to Mr Johnson
– Gregory Alexander Munro, Senior Assistant and Adviser to Mr Johnson
– Alexander Joseph Bryan Simpson, Former Parliamentary and Constituency Secretary to Mr Johnson
– Lynda Teresa Summers, former London Borough of Hillingdon