"marred by scrotes from CBI" ?
as opposed to those well-deserving workaholics that work in the public sector I suppose? Maybe, perhaps the perm sec who was directly responsible for the ID card fiasco, or the economic advisor to the Scottish government (who did such a good job of looking after the proudly Scottish banks that even now refuse to recognise that they are British, not Scottish, even though English, Welsh and N-Irish money bailed them out), the various Lords Lieutentant, the Lady-in-Waiting to the Duchess of Gloucester? The pastry sous chef to the Household? The principal of St Helens College (not exactly the worst paid job in education)? The Director Operations, Specialist Investigations, HMRC (who seemingly can't investigate the fact that his own agency works out of offices owned by a tax-evading landlord)? The lawyers? The Grade B1s in the MineOfDung? Possibly my favourite - although competing with Services to Contemporary Dance - the one for Services to Early Italian Painting? Shame the person acknowledged for Services to Education in Fife didn't teach basic economics. Services to Jazz music? Services to football referees?
Seriously, you think they made a more valuable contribution than aiming to generate economic growth which may lead to creating jobs?
Next you'll be suggesting the RMT and Aslef deserve honouring for screwing up ordinary people's lives in pursuit of selfishness and dishonesty. (Say, for example, by going on strike to demand a few extra day's pay that you've already agreed in negotiations that you are happy to give up in return for unearned pay rises). Or their "political aims", as they'd probably prefer it to be phrased.