Ramesh Chhabra

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Ramesh Chhabra was spokesman and special adviser to chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne until 2015.[1]

Following the election in 2015, Chhabra has decided to resign from his role in the Treasury after five years. [2]

As special adviser to Mr Osborne, Chhabra was paid an annual salary of £60,000. [3]


After graduating from the department of Politics and International Studies at Hull University in 2002,[4] Chhabra served for eight years as press aide to Conservative MP David Davis, latterly working for Dominic Grieve.[5]

Chhabra stood for the Conservatives in Newland for the 2002 Kingston Upon Hull Council Election. Of the seven candidates, he came last with 101 votes.[6]

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  1. Department of Information Services, "Parliamentary Information List", accessed 07.09.10
  2. Osborne left with two vacancies to fill The Spectator, 12 May 2015, accessed 13 May 2015
  3. Special advisers in post, 30 November 2014 GOV.UK, accessed 29 April 2015
  4. "Graduates' Association", accessed 07.09.10
  5. Tara Hamilton-Miller, "Desperado's last stand", New Statesman, 19.06.08, accessed 07.09.10
  6. Local Elections Archive Project, "Kingston Upon Hull results", accessed 07.09.10