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

Henry Campbell Bellingham (born 29 March 1955) is a British Conservative politician. He was appointed Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office on 14 May 2010, a position he held until 5 September 2012. In Parliament, he represents the constituency of North West Norfolk. [1]
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Roles

Frequently met organisations

December 2010

Met with Lonrho Plc to discuss Lonrho's operations in Africa. [2]

Met with Chagos Islands Community to discuss Chagos Islands. [2]

Met with Sable Mining to discuss mining interests in Guinea, Zimbabwe and South Africa. [2]

November 2010

Met with AMEC Plc to discuss to attend and speak at a reception. [2]

Met with Mauritian Property Partnership to discuss Mauritius. [2]

Met with London Stock Exchange to discuss trade. [2]

Met with Order of Malta to discuss Africa. [2]

Met with Zimbabwe Investors Roundtable to discuss Zimbabwe. [2]

Met with Zimbabwean diaspora to discuss Zimbabwe. [2]

Met with International Criminal Court Prosecutor to discuss Darfur, Kenya and governance issues. [2]

Met with Atkins to discuss trade and investment. [2]

October 2010

Met with British Gas Group to discuss British Gas and Tanzania. [2]

Met with United Nations to discuss Somalia. [2]

Met with Invicta Capital to discuss Somalia. [2]

Met with Law Society to discuss Zimbabwe and the Bar Council. [2]

Met with Africa Practice to discuss Africa. [2]

Met with Oxfam to discuss Africa. [2]

Met with Chagos Refugees Group to discuss Chagos Islands. [2]

Met with United Nations Africa – UK Event to discuss Address 65th anniversary of United Nations Africa - UK. [2]

Met with Under-Secretary General Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator to discuss introductory call to discuss the Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). [2]

Met with Tullow Oil to discuss to visit and see Tullow's worldwide operations. [2]

Met with Trades Union Congress to discuss the Government's engagement with Europe. [2]

Met with Mwana Africa plc to discuss Zimbabwe. [2]

Met with Royal Africa Society for introductory call. [2]

Met with Overseas Service Pensioners Association to discuss pensions in Zimbabwe. [2]

Met with Diageo to discuss trade and investment. [2]

Met with British Antarctic Survey to discuss British Antarctic Survey. [2]

September 2010

Met with UK Anglican and Catholic bishops to discuss to receive letter on Democratic Republic of Congo. [3]

Met with AXA to discuss trade and investment. [3]

Met with De La Rue to discuss trade and investment. [3]

Met with City of London for introductory meeting and also to discuss Tanzania. [3]

Met with Shell to discuss trade and investment in Nigeria. [3]

August 2010

Met with Old Mutual to discuss the South African business environment and the state of South Africa's economy. [3]

Met with Barclays Plc to discuss trade and investment, Africa and climate change. [3]

July 2010

Met with Tesco to discuss trade and investment. [4]

Met with Tullow Oil to discuss Tullow Oil activity in Africa. [4]

Met with 25 Major UK companies selected by UK Trade and Investment to discuss business opportunities in Africa. [4]

Met with Africa Research Institute to discuss Attended launch of Institute to celebrate the publication of ‘Ground Control Making the grade in agriculture'. [4]

June 2010

Met with Ben and Zac Freeth to discuss Zimbabwe. [4]