Premier’s Visit To United Kingdom Cost $6,279.57

September 17, 2016

A trip in September 2016 by Premier Michael Dunkley to the United Kingdom to conduct meetings with Ministers of the new UK Government cost $6,279.57, according to a recent listing on the Government’s travel webpage.

The trip duration was listed as from Thursday, September 01, 2016 – Friday, September 02, 2016, and the web page listing said, “The Premier of Bermuda, the Hon. Michael H. Dunkley, JP, MP, visited London on 1st and 2nd September to conduct meetings with Ministers of the new UK Government, following the appointment of Theresa May as Prime Minister.

“The Premier met with Robin Walker, MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department for Exiting the European Union, to discuss the implications for Bermuda of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union.

“The Premier also met with the Rt. Hon. Baroness Anelay of St. Johns, DBE, the Minister of State for the Commonwealth and UN, with responsibilities for the Overseas Territories. The Premier used the opportunity to impress upon the Minister the importance of the UK confirming the appointment of Bermuda’s next Governor.

“The visit also provided an opportunity for the Premier to engage in dialogue with London-based insurance and reinsurance executives with an interest in Bermuda at a luncheon hosted by XL-Catlin.

“The Premier also conducted interviews with editors of The Economist.

“The Premier was accompanied on the visit by the Secretary to the Cabinet, Dr. Derrick Binns.”


  • Air Travel: $4,339.55
  • Ground Transportation: $
  • Accommodation: $1,940.02
  • Meals: $
  • Miscellaneous: $
  • Total Cost: $6,279.57

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  1. Well, if the oba/U.B.P. think that by posting dunkley’s trip to U.K.costs it lessens the sting of Sylvan Richards, IT DOESN’T.
    This type of information definitely lessens the oba/U.B.P. vote with the election about a year or so from now. People will not forget.
    Great news, oba/U.B.P.

  2. Unprofessional says:

    Sylvan Richards doesn’t seem to know the difference between being on Government business and a personal vacation. The pictures he posted on his Rio trip were an insult to the role he carries as a Government minister. He clearly abused his role and set the OBA’s integrity back through the extravagance of the trip and his postings while on official business.