Andrew Haldenby

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Andrew John Haldenby (born 4 January 1972) co-founded the neoliberal think-tank Reform with Nick Herbert in December 2001. Prior to founding Reform, Haldenby and Herbert both worked together on David Davis’s 2001 bid for leadership of the Conservative Party.[1]

Before working for David Davis, Haldenby had worked as a lobbyist against business regulation and campaigning against the Euro. He was previously Communications Director at the anti-Euro campaigning group Business for Sterling (where Nick Herbert was CEO)[2] and Director of Studies at the Centre for Policy Studies. He has also worked as Head of the Political Section in the Conservative Research Department.[3]

In 1995 the Guardian quoted a person named Andrew Haldenby who it described as “an adviser to the CBI’s education policy group”.[4]


Reform Scotland


  1. Tom Baldwin, ‘Davis team plan fuels fears over factions’, The Times, 27 October 2001
  2. Nick's biography (Accessed: 20 December 2007)
  3. Reform – About us – Directors (Accessed: 19 December 2007)
  4. Donald MacLeod, ‘Lecturers seek 'graduate tax'’, Guardian, 1 May 1995.