New Labour peers: Those to be elevated

LABOUR: Christine Crawley, MEP for Birmingham East; Mary Goudie, pro-Europe campaigner and public affairs consultant; Glenys Thornton, former Fabian chair and public affairs consultant, Pola Uddin, quality manager for the London Borough of Newham; Nazir Ahmed, business development manager, Waheed Alli, managing director, Planet 24; William Bach, barrister; Melvyn Bragg, broadcaster; David Brookman, general secretary of the Iron and Steel Trades Confederation; Anthony Christopher, chairman of Trades Union Fund Managers Ltd; Anthony Clarke, former deputy general secretary of the Union of Postal Workers; David Evans, chairman of Centurion Press Group; Toby Harris, Labour leader of Haringey Council and chairman of Association of London Government; Chris Haskins, chairman of Northern Foods; Brian Mackenzie, former chief superintendent of Durham Constabulary; Tom Sawyer, general secretary of the Labour Party; John Tomlinson, MEP for Birmingham West; Norman Warner, senior policy adviser to the Home Secretary, Jack Straw.

Liberal Democrat: Tim Clement-Jones, solicitor; Sue Miller, Somerset County Councillor; Andrew Phillips, solicitor; Margaret Sharp, former civil servant and academic.

Conservative: Peta Buscombe, vice-chairman of the Conservative Party; Sir Tim Bell, chairman of Chime Communications; Norman Lamont, former Chancellor of the Exchequer; Philip Norton, professor of government at University of Hull; Paul White, leader of the Conservative group on Essex County Council.