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'''John Nash''' is the co-founder of private equity firm [[Sovereign Capital]] and ex-chairman of [[Care UK]].
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==Tory Party Donor==
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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>
  
 
==Affiliations==
 
==Affiliations==

Revision as of 10:56, 2 November 2011

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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]

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