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List of revocations of appointments to orders and awarded decorations and medals of the United Kingdom

Contents

  • Victoria Cross 1
  • Privy Council of the United Kingdom 2
    • The Right Honourable 2.1
  • Order of the Garter 3
    • KG 3.1
  • Order of the Bath 4
    • KB 4.1
    • GCB 4.2
    • CB 4.3
  • Order of St Michael and St George 5
    • GCMG 5.1
    • CMG 5.2
  • The Royal Victorian Order 6
    • GCVO 6.1
    • KCVO 6.2
    • CVO 6.3
    • MVO 6.4
  • Order of the Indian Empire 7
    • CIE 7.1
  • Knight Bachelor 8
  • Order of the British Empire 9
    • KBE 9.1
    • DBE 9.2
    • CBE 9.3
    • OBE 9.4
    • MBE 9.5
  • British Empire Medal 10
  • Imperial Service Medal 11
  • Volunteer Officers' Decoration 12
  • References 13

Victoria Cross

  • 1861: Valentine Bambrick (awarded 1858), following his conviction for assault and theft of a comrade's medals.
  • 1861: Edward St John Daniel (awarded 1854?), following his conviction for desertion and evading court martial.
  • 1872: Michael Murphy (awarded 1858?), following his conviction for theft.
  • 1881: Thomas Lane (awarded 1860?), following his conviction for desertion and theft.
  • 1884: Frederick Corbett (awarded 1882?), following his conviction for embezzlement and theft from an officer.
  • 1895: James Collis (awarded 1881), following his conviction for bigamy.
  • ?: James McGuire (awarded 1858), following his conviction for stealing a cow.
  • ?: George Ravenhill (awarded 1901), following his conviction for theft.

Privy Council of the United Kingdom

The Right Honourable

Order of the Garter

KG

Order of the Bath

KB

GCB

  • 1816: Eyre Coote (appointed 1815)
  • 1940: Benito Mussolini (1883–1945) (appointed 1923), after Italy's declaration of war against the Allies.
  • 1989: Nicolae Ceauşescu (stripped of his honorary GCB by Queen Elizabeth II on the day before Ceauşescu's execution)
  • 2008: Robert Gabriel Mugabe (appointed 1994, but on 25 June 2008, Queen Elizabeth II cancelled and annulled the honorary GCB after advice from the Foreign Secretary of the United Kingdom)

CB

  • 1975: John Poulson (CVO also revoked)[1]
  • 2013: Vicky Pryce (appointed 2009), following her conviction for conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.

Order of St Michael and St George

GCMG

CMG

  • 1880: James Craig Loggie[2] following his conviction for "embezzlement and misappropriation of money"[3]

The Royal Victorian Order

GCVO

KCVO

CVO

  • 1975: [1] also revoked)CB (John Poulson following his conviction for corruptly receiving gifts from the architect, [5]

MVO

Order of the Indian Empire

CIE

Knight Bachelor

Order of the British Empire

Number of revocations
Class Number
KBE 1
DBE 1
CBE 10
OBE 30
MBE 72
Total 114

KBE

DBE

CBE

OBE

MBE

British Empire Medal

Imperial Service Medal

  • 2014: William Brefni Moore following his conviction for possessing indecent images of children.[162][163]

Volunteer Officers' Decoration

  • 1896: Frederick Walter Roberts[164]
  • 1898: Captain and Honorary Major Alexander Hay[165]
  • 1899: Lieutenant-Colonel and Honorary Colonel George Raymond Birt, following his conviction for fraud.[166][167]
  • 1902: Captain and Honorary Major Richard Lewis[168]

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