Media reported the existence of Masonic lodges in the British Parliament
Many British lawmakers, members of Parliament and journalists of the parliamentary pool are members of Masonic lodges, reported the Guardian.
Newspaper reports bed New Welcome (“greeting”), may be members of MPs and peers. Members of the Lodge, according to the newspaper, are 30-40 people. In the box also does not include labour. Most of the members were former parliamentarians, as well as police serving in the Parliament building, reports “RIA Novosti”.
The Guardian also highlights two lodges for parliamentarians — Gallery Lodge (“the Lodge gallery”) and Alfred Robbins Lodge (“the Lodge of Alfred Robbins”). The first may enter political observers, and members of the second are journalists.
According to the rules, members of Parliament are not required to specify their affiliation to the Freemasons, but can do it on their own. The publication notes that while no member of Parliament has announced its membership in the lodges. Thus, according to the Guardian, both lodges keep their activities secret.