1992 Dissolution Honours

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Prime Minister John Major pictured in 1996

The 1992 Dissolution Honours List was gazetted on 5 June 1992 following the advice of the Prime Minister, John Major.[1]

The recipients of honours are displayed here as they were styled before their new honour, and arranged by honour, with classes and then divisions as appropriate.

Life peers[edit]



Privy Counsellors[edit]

  • The Honourable Robert Thomas Boscawen, MC, Member of Parliament for Somerton and Frome, 1983–92 (Wells, 1970–83); Assistant Government Whip, 1979–81; A Lord Commissioner of Her Majesty's Treasury, 1981–83; Vice–Chamberlain of Her Majesty's Household, 1983–86, Comptroller, 1986–88.
  • The Honourable Francis Anthony Aylmer Maude, Member of Parliament for Warwickshire North, 1983–92; Financial Secretary to Her Majesty's Treasury, 1990–92; Councillor, Westminster County Council, 1978–84; Assistant Government Whip, 1985–87; Minister of State, FCO, 1989–90.

Knights Bachelor[edit]

  • David Austin Trippier, RD, Member of Parliament for Rossendale and Darwen, 1983–92, (Rossendale, 1979–83); Minister of State, Minister for the Environment and Countryside Department of the Environment, 1989–92; Conservative Parliamentary Defence Committee, 1980–82; Deputy Chairman Conservative Party, 1990. National Vice Chairman Association of Conservative Clubs, 1980–84.
  • Anthony Michael Beaumont-Dark, Member of Parliament for Birmingham, Selly Oak, 1979–92; West Midlands County Council, 1973–87 (Chairman, Finance Committee, 1977–83). Member, Treasury and Civil Service Select Committee, 1979–92.
  • Neil Gordon Thorne, OBE TD, Member of Parliament for Ilford South, 1979–92; Councillor, London Borough of Redbridge, 1965–68, Alderman, 1975–78; Member, Greater London Council, and Chairman, Central Area Board, 1967–73. Chairman, Unpaired Members Group, 1982–85; Member, Defence Select Committee, 1983–92; Court of Referees, 1987–92.
  • The Right Honourable Harold Walker, Member of Parliament for Doncaster Central since 1983 (Doncaster, 1964–83); Chairman of Ways and Means and Deputy Speaker, House of Commons, 1983–92; an Assistant Government Whip, 1967–68; Minister of State, Department of Employment, 1976–79.

Order of the British Empire[edit]

Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE)[edit]

Civil Division
  • Beatrice, The Baroness Serota of Hampstead in Greater London, A Deputy Speaker, House of Lords, 1985–92. Chairman of the House of Lords Select Committee on the European Communities and Principal Deputy Chairman of Committees, 1986–92.


  1. ^ "No. 52943". The London Gazette (Supplement). 5 June 1992. pp. 1–2.