It was incorporated as a private limited company (Company No. 07196537) on 19 March 2010 in the UK. 
Emails on cigarettes
In October 2014, it was revealed Mark Fullbrook, co-founder of CTF Partners asked Sir Robert Atkins to track down comments made by the government on Ireland's plans to introduce plain packaging for cigarettes. Fullbrook's email said, “Lovely to see you and Dulcie [Atkins’s wife] last night.” He goes on to explain that it is “in the public domain” that the government has issued the comments and asks: “Can you help identify which Dept issued these comments and what these comments are? On this one time is critical.” Atkins in turn asked Philip Bradbourn, a Tory MEP, “Is there anything you can do to elicit the information that he requires from the relevant Commissioner’s office? I gather that this is a bit urgent!”. A spokesperson for CTF claims that once Fullbrook was told the comments were not in the public domain, the matter went no further.
- Lynton Crosby
- Mark Fullbrook, ex-head of campaigns for the Tories who deputied on Boris Johnson’s successful 2012 London Mayoral campaign and is married to Tory MP Lorraine Fullbrook
- Sam Lyon, former spokesperson for Boris Johnson
- David Canzini, has a 20 year career working for the Tories including director of party campaigning
- Michael Brooks
- Catherine Beachley
- Theo Lomas
- Isabel Mackay
- Henry Sands
- Charlotte Wheeler
- Robin Knight
- Sophie Horrell
- Tamasin Cave, Lynton Crosby DID lobby the government on tobacco policy, Spinwatch, 8 September 2014
- The shadowy lobbying firm running Boris Johnson's campaign Political Scrapbook, 16 March 2012.
- Advice to H5 from Lynton Crosby's company on heathcare in the UK – extracts from the presentation, guardian.co.uk, 21 July 2013 21.58 BST
- Nicholas Watt, Tory strategist Lynton Crosby in new lobbying row, The Guardian, Sunday 21 July 2013 22.42 BST
- Companies House Webcheck, CTF Partners, accessed 21 November 2012.
- Jamie Doward David Cameron’s election guru faces new attack over tobacco lobbying The Guardian, 11 October 2014, accessed 14 October 2014