Social Democratic Party

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Group.png Social Democratic Party  
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AbbreviationSDP
FounderRoy Jenkins
LeaderLeader of the Social Democratic Party
Interest ofAdair Turner

This is for the UK Social Democratic Party, not to be confused with Social Democratic parties existing in most other countries.

Pictured are Roy Jenkins, David Owen, William Rodgers and Shirley Williams at the launch the SDP in 1981.[1]

 

Party Members

PoliticianBornDiedDescription
Andrew Adonis22 February 1963Labour party politician and Bilderberger. Vice Chairman of the European Movement (UK)
Herbert Bowden20 January 190530 April 1994
Shami Chakrabarti16 June 1969Interestingly connected UK lawyer who was a long time director of Liberty, a UK civil liberties advocacy organisation.
Edmund Dell15 August 19211 November 1999Attended the 1978 Bilderberg as Secretary of State for Trade. Ditched Labour in 1981 for the well-financed Social Democratic Party.
Daniel Finkelstein30 August 1962Member of the House of Lords
Ion Iliescu1930
Adrian Nastase22 June 1950Former Romanian prime minister, now a convicted blackmailer and bribe taker.
Petro Poroshenko26 September 1965
Pamela Rendi-Wagner7 May 1971Austrian physician and vaccine expert catapulted to the Chairwoman of the Austrian Social Democratic Party (SPÖ) since November 2018. Bilderberg 2018.
Rickard Sandler29 January 188412 November 1964Prime Minister of Sweden in the 1920s. Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs in the 1930s. Attended the 4th Bilderberg

 

Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:There is no future for Labour in bureaucratic centrismArticle11 November 2020Ian LaveryWhilst many in the media and party establishments are keen to turn back the clock to the bureaucratic centrism, progressives energised on both sides of the Atlantic, whether by Corbyn or Sanders, will define our future politics.


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