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Latest revision as of 13:50, 25 July 2016

Peter Hall, Source: Hunter-Hall

Peter Hall is the founder, chairman and chief investment officer of Hunter Hall Investment Management.

Career

In 1993 Hall founded Hunter Hall Investment Management and is currently the chairman and chief investment officer.

He has previously been an industrial analyst at Pembroke Securities.[1]

Politics

Criticism of Cameron

On the 26 April 2015, 11 days before the 2015 General Election, Hall told newspapers that David Cameron was showing a 'curious lack of energy and belief' and called on him to 'unleash visceral passion and belief in his vision of the future' and 'get down and dirty' if he is to remain prime minister.[2]

He later apologised for the comments saying: 'I regret making those comments and apologise to all for this unconstructive intervention.

'Just to be clear. 1. I am an absolute nobody in politics. 2. I want the Conservative party to win the election and think it has a chance of doing so. 3. The government has done a good job in very difficult circumstances. 4. David Cameron is a better prime minister than I think Boris is likely to be if [he] ever becomes prime minister. 5. I will shut up for now.'[3]

Donations

Date Name of donor Amount Donated to Subsidiary (parties only)
14/11/2006 Peter J Hall £5,000.00 Conservative Party Central party
03/05/2007 Peter J Hall £150,000.00 Conservative Party Central party
21/09/2007 Peter Hall £20,000.00 Boris Johnson MP
22/01/2008 Peter Hall £14,000 Boris Johnson MP
12/05/2008 Peter J Hall £50,000.00 Conservative Party Central Party
30/06/2008 Peter J Hall £2,000.00 Conservative Party Bath
31/07/2008 Peter J Hall £8,000.00 Conservative Party Central Party
31/07/2008 Peter J Hall £5,000.00 Conservative Party Glasgow Ballieston
13/11/2008 Peter J Hall £40,000.00 Conservative Party Central Party
28/04/2009 Peter J Hall £20,000.00 Conservative Party Central Party
20/05/2009 Peter J Hall £5,000.00 Conservative Party Bath
21/07/2009 Peter J Hall £2,000.00 Conservative Party Colchester
27/07/2009 Peter J Hall £5,000.00 Conservative Party Burton
20/08/2009 Peter J Hall £5,000.00 Conservative Party Watford
17/10/2009 Peter J Hall £10,500.00 Conservative Party Holborn & St Pancras
01/11/2009 Peter J Hall £2,000.00 Conservative Party Dewsbury
11/11/2009 Peter J Hall £30,540.00 Conservative Party Central party
11/01/2010 Peter J Hall £50,000.00 Conservative Party Central party
14/01/2010 Peter J Hall £2,000.00 Conservative Party Lancaster and Fleetwood
18/01/2010 Peter J Hall £2,000.00 Conservative Party Colchester
18/01/2010 Peter J Hall £2,000.00 Conservative Party South West Surrey
21/01/2010 Peter J Hall £2,000.00 Conservative Party Grantham & Stamford
12/02/2010 Peter J Hall £10,000.00 Conservative Party Holborn & St Pancras
16/04/2010 Peter J Hall £2,000.00 Conservative Party East Devon
27/04/2010 Peter J Hall £30,000.00 Conservative Party Central Party
30/06/2010 Peter J Hall £2,000.00 Conservative Party Central party
05/11/2014 Peter Hall £5,000.00 UK Independence Party Rotherham
21/11/2014 Peter J Hall £2,000.00 Conservative Party Richmond Park
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Notes

  1. Linkedin Peter Hall], accessed 27 April 2015.
  2. Marie Woolf and Tim Shipman Tories’ wobbly weekend Sunday Times, 26 April 2015.
  3. Rowena Mason David Cameron hits back after campaign digs from donors and Rupert Murdoch Guardian, 26 April 2015.
  4. Electoral Commission, Donation Search, accessed 27 April 2015

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