Andrew Haldenby

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Andrew John Haldenby co-founded the neo-liberal 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]

Prior to working for David Davis, Haldenby had worked lobbying against business regulation and campaigning against the Euro. He was previously Communications Director at the anti-Euro campaigning group Business for Sterling 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. [2].

In 1995 the Guardian quoted an Andrew Haldenby who it described as “an adviser to the CBI’s education policy group” [3]


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