Premier To Host Event For Bermudians In UK

November 14, 2017 | 4 Comments

Premier and Minister of Finance David Burt will be hosting a reception for Bermudians living in the United Kingdom on November 27, providing opening remarks and answering questions.

A Government spokesperson said, “On 27 November, 2017, from 7:30pm to 10:00pm, the Premier and Minister of Finance, David Burt, will host a reception for Bermudians living in the United Kingdom.

“This networking event will take place at The ClubHouse, 8 St. James’s Square, London, SW1Y 4JU. The Premier will give opening remarks and will be available to answer questions. To RSVP, send an email to eventslondonoffice@gov.bm.”

The Bermuda Reception invitation follows below [PDF here]:

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  1. Maxed Out says:

    I hope Mr. Premier does his best to convince these folks to return home – we will continue declining economically, culturally and as an engaging, vibrant place to make a career if our most gifted and brightest people keep leaving.

    I must admit that if I knew forty years ago what I know now – that this is to a large degree a country of small minded busybodies (both sides of the political fence) more interested in seeing others not get ahead than getting ahead themselves – I’d have stayed away myself. Throw in what has become systemic corruption (again both sides) and no wonder people cannot get away fast enough… And I haven’t even started on how the banks have served to destroy the community with their great Bermudian sell-out.

  2. wahoo says:

    So let me get this straight. David Burt will be flying to London to talk to Bermudians who have left Bermuda. Why these Bermudians left Bermuda is unknow but if they want to know what is happening in Bermuda they sure as heck don’t need us to fly over Mr. Burt to chat with them.

  3. campervan says:

    A lot of gay Bermudians are now living in London, tired of the prejudice and small mindedness back home. Its a shame, a lot of lost talent and tax income lost to the Island.

  4. Ringmaster says:

    More unnecessary expense and travel. The way things are going there will be even more Bermudians in the UK. What is Premier Burt going to tell these people why they should return home? What jobs are there? What jobs will the PLP create to employ these Bermudians? The sad fact is that the PLP can’t and it’s easier to go and host lunches, dinners etc at taxpayers expense and talk the talk all the while Bermudians are needing assistance in Bermuda. A true politician.

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