June 10, 2013
Kenneth Clarke has admitted that he may have failed fully to declare his role organising the secretive meetings of the Bilderberg Group of world leaders.
The senior minister without portfolio is one of three trustees of the Bilderberg Association, the organisation that funded the conference last week.
Mr Clarke told the Commons that he had “forgotten” that the controversial gatherings were paid for from funds raised by the group.
He said he was checking his records to see whether he had informed civil servants of his role, as would be expected to avoid potential suggestions of a conflict of interest.
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