Premier Attends Meetings In United Kingdom

September 1, 2016

Earlier today, Premier Michael Dunkley held meetings at No. 9 Downing Street with Robin Walker, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Department for Exiting the European Union.

“Discussions were frank in terms of having a direct understanding of Britain’s exit from the European Union [Brexit] and what a likely relationship is moving forward,” a spokesperson said.

The Premier said, “We recognize that Brexit is the largest negotiation process in history. We have established a direct line of communication with that Department which is vital to Bermuda in putting our position forward during the negotiation process post execution of Article 50.”

Premier Dunkley pictured with the Rt Hon Baroness Anelay

Premier Dunkley with Baroness Anelay

“Premier Dunkley closed the day by holding a bilateral with the Rt Hon Baroness Anelay of St John DBE, Minister of State for the Commonwealth, UN Government Spokesperson, and Minister of Overseas Territories,” the spokesperson added.

“The public will be aware that the Premier is currently in London. He is accompanied by the Secretary to the Cabinet, Dr. Derrick Binns and Kimberley Durrant, UK Representative and Director of the London Office.”

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  1. Terry says:

    Damn……………………………
    And here I was responding on some other thing about him and sum Richardz….
    I need a rum.

  2. Broken Glass says:

    wonders how much this cost us?

    • NCM says:

      You will find out shortly after he returns as there is now a website which details all travel expenses. It’s called transparency.

    • AndrewB says:

      You do realize that SOMEBODY had to make this trip for Bermuda and right now we have no Governor so the Premier is the next likelihood. No different than Dr. Brown visiting the White House a decade ago.

  3. somuchless says:

    He’s surly racking up those air miles