Ian Henshall is spinning hard following Reinvestigate 9/11's meeting on Monday 2 November at Parliament:
"Reinvestigate 911 has gained more momentum following Monday's meeting in the House of Commons. The meeting was attended by one Peer, one senior MP and several aides to various MP's, some senior. About eight more MP's from all parties had asked to attend but due to last minute events and diary clashes were not present. (This is normal, the system keeps MPs overburdened with meetings and short of help)"
Oh please! The 'system' has been more than generous to MP's, who have continuously exploited public good will. You can say many things about MP's - that they are short of help is not only an insult to Commons staff, but also ignores the fact that MP's are perfectly capable of hiring additional support. It is not as if they do not have the resources to do so.
If only one Lord and one MP could be bothered to go to this meeting, perhaps a good look in the subsidised bars and restaurants may have round up a few more?