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

Victor Olufemi Adebowale, Baron Adebowale, CBE (born 21 July 1962) is the Chief Executive of the social care enterprise Turning Point and was one of the first to become a People's Peer. In 2000 he received the CBE in the New Year’s Honour List for services to the New Deal, the unemployed, and homeless young people. [1]
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Roles

  • Baron Adebowale [3]
    House of Lords
  • Director [4]
    THREE SIXTY ACTION LIMITED 15 Jan 2011 -
    Non-executive Director, Three Sixty Action Ltd (holding company; community development, media and IT) (see category 4(a)) [Parliament interest id: 10014]
  • Director [5]
    TOMAHAWKPRO LIMITED 11 Jul 2011 -
    Non-executive Director, TomahawkPro Ltd (a subsidiary of Three Sixty Action Ltd; collaborative software & IT innovation; no income from this post is received at present; certain income from services provided personally by the Member is or will be paid to this company or to Leadership in Mind Ltd; see category 4(a)) [Parliament interest id: 10015]
  • Director [6]
    LEADERSHIP IN MIND LIMITED 14 Oct 2005 -
    Director, Leadership in Mind Ltd (business activities; certain income from services provided personally by the Member is or will be paid to this company or to TomahawkPro Ltd; see category 4(a)) [Parliament interest id: 55]
  • Director [7]
    TURNING POINT 15 Dec 2008 -
    Chief Executive Officer, Turning Point (social care registered charity) [Parliament interest id: 57]
  • Director [8]
    TURNING POINT (SERVICES) LIMITED 10 Nov 2009 -
    Chief Executive Officer, Turning Point (social care registered charity) [Parliament interest id: 57]
  • Director [9]
    UK COMMISSION FOR EMPLOYMENT AND SKILLS 1 Apr 2008 -
    Commissioner, UK Commission for Employment and Skills [Parliament interest id: 65]

March 2011

Dept. for Communities and Local Government
  • Lord Adebowale met with Joan Hanham, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, to discuss Local Integrated Services, along with Baroness Eaton. [2]