Christopher White (Lobbyist)

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Christopher White is an associate director at UK lobbying firm Bellenden and a former government special advisor.

White has worked for several Conservative ministers, most recently William Hague, secretary of state and leader of the House of Commons, from July 2014 until April 2015.


White has worked as a special adviser to Conservative MPs Patrick McLoughlin, Andrew Lansley and William Hague and as a researcher to MPs John Randall, and Nick Hurd.[1]

In April 2015 he joined Bellenden as an associate director.[2] White will be working with the managing director of public affairs, Naomi Harris, and associate director, Natasha Graham, in providing senior public affairs counsel to Bellenden's clients alongside chief executive, Mark Glover, and director of public policy, Greg Rosen.[3]



  1. 1.0 1.1 Linkedin Chris White, accessed 30 April 2015.
  2. Rod Muir Hague aide takes agency post Public Affairs News, 9 April 2015, accessed 30 April 2015.
  3. Bellenden William Hague’s Special Adviser, Chris White, to join Bellenden as an Associate Director on 7 April 2015, 7 April 2015, accessed 30 April 2015.