A lot of of names are pre-screened. Not all of those on in list will be honored and final list unlikely to be announced until a few weeks after Mr. Johnson’s departure office in September.
Other names put forward for they say that Ben Elliot is among them, party co-chair and one of its most successful fundraisers. Mr Elliot, nephew of duchess of Cornwall, excellent networker, who was made chairman Mr. Johnson when he became leader three years ago.
He set up The quintessence that provides its customers with all attributes of luxurious lifestyle, as well as concierge services. Elliot, 46, is likely to be offered a knighthood rather than a peerage because he is said to be hopeful. of become a deputy.
Malik Karim, Tory party treasurer and founder and chief executive of City Firm Fenchurch Advisory, also likely to be rewarded in resignation honors list.
Dominic Johnson, Executive Director of Somerset Capital Management, of which he was a co-founder. with Jacob Rees-Mogg, Brexit minister is also lining up for honour. Mr Johnson also non-executive director in the department for International trade.
Other names discussed for honored is financier Jamie Reuben, 34, co-owner of Newcastle United last October, who reportedly made major Tory donations since Mr. Johnson became leader.