Brexit Scarecrows depicting former British Prime Minister David Cameron (L) and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson are displayed during the Scarecrow Festival in Heather, Britain July 31, 2016. REUTERS/Darren Staples
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David Cameron Monday faced accusations of cronyism and rewarding failure over a leaked list of names that was put forward to receive some of Britain's highest honors following his resignation as prime minister.The list has angered many on the Euroskeptic wing of Cameron's Conservative Party, who emerged as winners from the referendum, while the opposition Labour Party said Prime Minister Theresa May should end a discredited system of awarding honors.A spokeswoman for May, who succeeded Cameron as prime minister, said nominations for honors were at his discretion.Cameron has not commented on the accusations but Conservative lawmaker Desmond Swayne, knighted for political service this year, said it was representative of Cameron's six years as prime minister.Honors in Britain have in the past sometimes proved problematic.
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