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Cambridge is a city in the UK. Cambridge University is one of the oldest academic institutions in the world.


Groups Headquartered Here

A Group Headquartered HereDescription
Cambridge University
Cambridge University/Churchill College
Cambridge University/Corpus Christi College
Cambridge University/Fitzwilliam College
Cambridge University/Girton College
Cambridge University/Jesus College
Cambridge University/St Catharine's College
Cambridge University/St John's CollegeA Cambridge College which hosted the Bilderberg meeting
Cambridge University/Trinity College
Trinity College (Cambridge)


Alumni on Wikispooks

Diane Abbott27 September 1953Politician
David Baddiel28 May 1964UK
Stephen Barclay3 May 1972UKSoldier
Mark Malloch Brown16 September 1953
Andy Burnham7 January 1970Politician
Adam Butler11 October 19319 January 2008Politician
Vince Cable9 May 1943Politician
Nick Clegg7 January 1967Politician
Paul Clement24 June 1966Lawyer
Cameron Cobbold14 September 19041 November 1987UKCentral banker
John Cockroft27 May 189718 September 1967UKPhysicist
Stella Creasy5 April 1977UKPolitician
John Culver8 August 1932Author
Quentin Davies29 May 1944
Terence Etherton21 June 1951Judge
Mike Gapes4 September 1952UK
Tim GodwinPolice officer
David Green8 March 1954UKLawyer
Nick Griffin1 March 1959UKPoliticianA member of the European Parliament
Greg Hands14 November 1965Politician
Ralph Harris10 December 192419 October 2006UKEconomist
Roger Helmer25 January 1944UKPolitician
Nick Herbert7 April 1963
Patricia Hewitt2 December 1948Politician
Adam Holloway29 July 1965UKPolitician
John Horam7 March 1939UKPolitician
David Ignatius26 May 1950USAuthor
Norman St John-Stevas18 June 19292 March 2012UKPolitician
Liz Kendall11 June 1971Member of Parliament for Leicester WestBlairite Labour party leadership contender
Stephen Kinnock1 January 1970Married to the former Prime Minister of Denmark, Helle Thorning-Schmidt
Norman Lamont8 May 1942Politician
Deep politician
Long time Chairman of Le Cercle, financier, politician and deep politician, involved in arms and financial deals.
Lewis Lapham8 January 1935Author
Selwyn Lloyd28 July 190418 May 1978UK
Roy MacLaren26 October 1934CanadaAuthor
Michael Maclay11 March 191115 June 1996UKSoldier
John Morris5 November 1931Lawyer
Ioannis Papantoniou27 July 1949GreecePolitician
Geoffrey Pattie17 January 1936Politician
Alan Rusbridger29 December 1953Journalist
Jonathan Sacks8 March 1948UK
John Silkin18 March 192326 April 1987
Gavin Strang10 July 1943Politician
Keith Vaz26 November 1956Dramatically snared while chair of the Home Affairs Select Committee.
Stephen Wall10 January 1947Diplomat
Gareth Williams (politician)5 February 194120 September 2003UKPolitician
A Leader of the House of Lords and Lord President of the Council who suffered an unexplained and sudden death at age 62, four months after attending his second Bilderberg conference.