Emma Haselhurst

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Emma Haselhurst is a director at Blue Rubicon and the daughter of long-serving Conservative MP Sir Alan Haselhurst.


Haselhurst began her career as a public affairs executive at BT. She has since worked at lobbyists Weber Shandwick, Open Road and Blue Rubicon.[1] At Blue Rubicon she specialises in 'public affairs and stakeholder engagement programmes'.[2] Haselhurst's job was declared on her father's Register of Members' Financial Interests due her being 'engaged in lobbying the public sector on behalf of a third party or client'.[3]



  1. Linkedin Emma Haselhurst, accessed 23 July 2015.
  2. Blue Rubicon Emma Haselhurst, accessed 23 July 2015.
  3. Parliament Publications Register of Members’ Financial Interests as at 13 July 2015, accessed 23 July 2015.