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Peter Campbell was a special adviser to the Prime Minister David Cameron,[1] tasked with the job of preparing Cameron, and other conservative ministers, for Prime Minister's Questions. [2]

Campbell, who worked as a special adviser in No 10 until September 2011, is now the senior corporate affairs officer at the Business Services Association, a policy and research organisation which represents outsourcing companies, including those involved in health. [3]


Campbell previously worked in the Conservative Research Department alongside other architects of Cameron's so-called "social Conservatism", including Ed Llewellyn, Steve Hilton, Rachel Whetstone, Catherine Fall, and Ed Vaizey.[4]

Working for Cameron's Conservative opposition, Campbell - described as "the stats man" - was "Always present in the background".[5]

Contact, Resources, Notes


  1. Department of Information Services, "Parliamentary Information List", accessed 07.09.10
  2. 24 August 2012 Why senior staff are leaving David Cameron in droves, The Guardian, 23 April 2013, Accessed 8 September 2014
  3. [ David Cameron's former NHS privatisation adviser becomes lobbyist] The Guardian, 23 November 2012, accessed 30 April 2015
  4. Andrew Gimson, "The political education of David Cameron", The Spectator, 18.11.09, accessed 08.09.10
  5. Iain Dale, "There is more to the Conservative team than Steve Hilton", The Telegraph, 06.06.08, accessed 08.09.10