Ramesh Chhabra

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

He resigned following the May 2015 UK general election after five years at HM Treasury. [2]

In September 2015 he was appointed head of media relations at the London Stock Exchange. [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 7 September 2010
  2. Osborne left with two vacancies to fill The Spectator, 12 May 2015, accessed 13 May 2015
  3. News: London Stock Exchange Group hires George Osborne's former press secretary as head of media relations, Birchwood Knight, 18 September 2015), accessed 29 February 2016]
  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 7 September 2010