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Theresa May circumvented an official vetting process in order to award a knighthood to a Tory Eurosceptic who had indicated he could rebel against her Brexit plans, The  Telegraph can disclose.

This newspaper understands that the Prime Minister bypassed Whitehall's political services committee in order to award the honour to Sir John Hayes.

One senior Tory described the move as "seriously scandalous". This weekend at least one member of the nine-strong committee privately sought an inquiry about the way in which the honour was awarded.

Their intervention came after Mrs May was accused of using the knighthood in an attempt to try and shore up support for her Brexit deal, which currently looks...

Theresa May circumvented an official vetting process in order to award a knighthood to a Tory Eurosceptic who had indicated he could rebel against her Brexit plans, The  Telegraph can disclose.

This newspaper understands that the Prime Minister bypassed Whitehall's political services committee in order to award the honour to Sir John Hayes.

One senior Tory described the move as "seriously scandalous". This weekend at least one member of the nine-strong committee privately sought an inquiry about the way in which the honour was awarded.

Their intervention came after Mrs May was accused of using the knighthood in an attempt to try and shore up support for her Brexit deal, which currently looks...

Theresa May circumvented an official vetting process in order to award a knighthood to a Tory Eurosceptic who had indicated he could rebel against her Brexit plans, The  Telegraph can disclose.

This newspaper understands that the Prime Minister bypassed Whitehall's political services committee in order to award the honour to Sir John Hayes.

One senior Tory described the move as "seriously scandalous". This weekend at least one member of the nine-strong committee privately sought an inquiry about the way in which the honour was awarded.

Their intervention came after Mrs May was accused of using the knighthood in an attempt to try and shore up support for her Brexit deal, which currently looks...

Theresa May circumvented an official vetting process in order to award a knighthood to a Tory Eurosceptic who had indicated he could rebel against her Brexit plans, The  Telegraph can disclose.

This newspaper understands that the Prime Minister bypassed Whitehall's political services committee in order to award the honour to Sir John Hayes.

One senior Tory described the move as "seriously scandalous". This weekend at least one member of the nine-strong committee privately sought an inquiry about the way in which the honour was awarded.

Their intervention came after Mrs May was accused of using the knighthood in an attempt to try and shore up support for her Brexit deal, which currently looks...