British MP Asking More Questions About Bilderberg
This time the next Prime Minister is the focus

Steve Watson
Thursday, January 11, 2007

A British MP, who previously asked Prime Minister Tony Blair to reveal details of any Bilderberg meetings he has attended, has now officially asked the current Chancellor of the Exchequer, and most likely next Prime Minister, to reveal details of his own attendances at Bilderberg.

Norman Baker, MP for Lewes, has officially requested that Gordon Brown provide an oral or written answer to the following question:

Norman Baker (Lewes): To ask Mr Chancellor of the Exchequer, in which years since 1997 (a) he and (b) other Treasury Ministers have attended meetings of the Bilderberg Group.

The question has been officially submitted and it will now take a few weeks before it is answered in the House of Commons.

Mr Baker previously asked Tony Blair the same question, to which Blair answered "I have not attended any such meetings."

Blair may not have attended since he came to power but he certainly was "groomed" by the secretive group, at the same time as Bill Clinton, before either were elected into office.

It will be interesting to note Brown's answer given that he is known to have attended the Bilderberg Conference when he was shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer in 1991 and possibly again in 1995.

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In a separate development, an answer has been provided to a question about Bilderberg that was raised in the House of Lords:

Official Travel: Bilderberg Conference
Lord Stoddart of Swindon asked Her Majesty's Government:

Whether any Ministers attended the Bilderberg Conference in Ottawa between 8 and 11 June; if so, whether they attended in a ministerial or private capacity; whether they made contributions to debates; and, if so, on which subjects.[HL7569]

Lord Bassam of Brighton answered: All ministerial visits are conducted in accordance with the Ministerial Code and Travel by Ministers. Since 1999, the Government have published annually a list of overseas travel by Cabinet Ministers costing over £500 and the total cost of all ministerial travel. Information for 2005-06 was published on Monday 24 July 2006. Copies are available in the Library for the reference of noble Lords. Information for 2006-07 will be published as soon as possible after the end of the financial year. Information on other Ministers' travel is not collected centrally.

There was no response indicating what subjects were discussed by said ministers in attendance.




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