'I turned down my Downing Street honour'
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Former Cameron adviser Rohan Silva turn down an honour

Rohan Silva worked in Downing Street as an adviser to David Cameron, but turned down an honour when he left the job.

He told the Today programme's John Humphrys how he wanted to be honoured for his entrepreneurial skills, not for working in government.

Opposition MPs have calls for reform of the system after the ex-PM's alleged list was leaked by a newspaper.

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