A Quiet Word:
Lobbying, Crony Capitalism
and Broken Politics in Britain

Daniel Grian Alexander (born 15 May 1972) is a British Liberal Democrat politician who was Chief Secretary to the Treasury between 2010 and 2015. He was the Member of Parliament (MP) for the Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch & Strathspey constituency from 2005 until the general election in May 2015, when he was defeated by Drew Hendry of the Scottish National Party (SNP). [1]
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Roles

Frequently met organisations

September 2011

Met with Fife Chamber of Commerce to discuss Dinner. [2]

Met with Retail Week to discuss Dinner. [2]

Met with Peter Wright and The Mail on Sunday to discuss Political discussion at party conference. [2]

Met with Tony Gallagher and The Telegraph to discuss Political discussion at party conference. [2]

Met with Trades Unions to discuss Pensions discussion meetings. [2]

Met with Local Government Association for Pensions discussion meeting. [2]

Met with Royal Bank of Scotland for Policy discussion. [2]

June 2011

Met with Association of British Insurers to discuss Dinner. [3]

Met with Lord Mayor of London to discuss Dinner. [3]

Met with Scottish Chambers of Commerce for general meeting. [3]

Met with Trades Unions to discuss Pensions discussion meetings. [3]

May 2011

Met with Centre Forum to discuss Breakfast. [3]

Met with Johnny Walker to discuss Dinner. [3]

Met with Trades Unions to discuss Pensions discussion meetings. [3]

Met with Society of British Insurers for general meeting. [3]

Met with Health stakeholders for general meeting. [3]

April 2011

Met with Robert Taylor and Inverness Courier for general discussion. [3]

Met with Tony Gallagher, Murdoch Maclennan, and Telegraph for general discussion. [3]

Met with Trades Unions to discuss Pensions discussion meetings. [3]

Met with Manchester City Council for general meeting. [3]

Met with Confederation of British Industry for general meeting. [3]

March 2011

Met with Trades Unions for general meeting. [4]

Met with British Retail Consortium to discuss Dinner. [4]

February 2011

Met with Highlands and Islands Press to discuss Dinner. [4]

Met with BT for general meeting. [4]

Met with Pi Capital for general meeting. [4]

Met with Federation of Scottish Housing for general meeting. [4]

Met with Scottish Investment for general meeting. [4]

Met with Trades Unions for general meeting. [4]

Met with Trades Unions for general meeting. [4]

January 2011

Met with Kilfinan, Moidart, and SJ Noble to discuss Dinner. [4]

Met with Resolution Trust for general meeting. [4]

Met with Trades Unions for general meeting. [4]

Met with Institute for Government for general meeting. [4]

Met with Turning Point for general meeting. [4]

Met with Chancellor’s Reception for Economics Editors to discuss Reception (No 11). [4]

November 2010

Met with The Work Foundation for general meeting. [5]

Met with Cambridge University for Economic discussion. [5]

October 2010

Met with UCL Hospital and Imperial College Healthcare for general meeting. [5]

September 2010

Met with Open University for general meeting. [6]

August 2010

Met with UBS for general meeting. [6]

Met with Inverness Chamber of Commerce to discuss Speech. [6]

July 2010

Met with Paul Donovan to discuss Policy discussion/ government efficiency. [7]

Met with WAVE Trust (Worldwide Alternatives to Violence) for Policy discussion. [7]

Met with Neil Sherlock and Paul Kirby for Policy discussion. [7]

Met with Business for New Europe for Policy discussion. [7]

Met with PwC to discuss Policy discussion with Citizen Jury about public spending. [7]

Met with Sutton Council to discuss Spending Review Public Engagement. [7]

June 2010

Met with Sir Phillip Green for discussion on waste and efficiency. [7]

Met with Chairs of the Pay Review Bodies for discussion on pay. [7]

Met with Trades Union Congress for discussion on pay. [7]

Met with Confederation of British Industry for Policy discussion. [7]