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'''John Nash''' is the co-founder of private equity firm [[Sovereign Capital]] and ex-chairman of [[Care UK]].
 
'''John Nash''' is the co-founder of private equity firm [[Sovereign Capital]] and ex-chairman of [[Care UK]].
  
==Tory Party Donor==
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==Tory Party donor==
  
 
In November 2009, John Nash made a donation of £21,000 to then shadow health secretary [[Andrew Lansley]], now Secretary of State for Health. Nash and his wife Caroline are regular Tory donors who have given £107,000 to the party since 2006.<ref>Kirsty Walker ,[http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1243579/Andrew-Lansley-embroiled-cash-influence-row-accepting-21-000-donation-Care-UK-chairman-John-Nash.html Tory Health spokesman accepted £21,000 donation from private health firm boss], Daily Mail, 15th January 2010</ref>
 
In November 2009, John Nash made a donation of £21,000 to then shadow health secretary [[Andrew Lansley]], now Secretary of State for Health. Nash and his wife Caroline are regular Tory donors who have given £107,000 to the party since 2006.<ref>Kirsty Walker ,[http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1243579/Andrew-Lansley-embroiled-cash-influence-row-accepting-21-000-donation-Care-UK-chairman-John-Nash.html Tory Health spokesman accepted £21,000 donation from private health firm boss], Daily Mail, 15th January 2010</ref>
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===Government adviser===
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In August 2010 Nash was one of four City figures invited by UK chancellor [[George Osborne]] to join the [[HM Treasury Independent Challenge Group]], whose remit is to “question the unquestionable” in the Treasury's austerity drive.
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==Affiliations==
 
==Affiliations==

Revision as of 16:01, 11 April 2012

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John Nash is the co-founder of private equity firm Sovereign Capital and ex-chairman of Care UK.

Tory Party donor

In November 2009, John Nash made a donation of £21,000 to then shadow health secretary Andrew Lansley, now Secretary of State for Health. Nash and his wife Caroline are regular Tory donors who have given £107,000 to the party since 2006.[1]

Government adviser

In August 2010 Nash was one of four City figures invited by UK chancellor George Osborne to join the HM Treasury Independent Challenge Group, whose remit is to “question the unquestionable” in the Treasury's austerity drive.


Affiliations

Centre for Policy Studies | Sovereign Capital | Care UK

Resources

See: Private Healthcare Network Map

Notes

  1. Kirsty Walker ,Tory Health spokesman accepted £21,000 donation from private health firm boss, Daily Mail, 15th January 2010