Premier Craig Cannonier gives press the thumbs-up as he arrives for an OBA meeting of Parliamentarians and executives today. *Photo by Gary Foster Skelton
Premier Craig Cannonier gives press the thumbs-up as he arrives for an OBA meeting of Parliamentarians and executives today. *Photo by Gary Foster Skelton

One Bermuda Alliance members descended on the party's Hamilton headquarters this afternoon for crunch talks.

Many turned up for the 3:30pm meeting dressed in smart casual wear of shorts and a shirt and seemed in good spirits as they greeted members of the media outside the Reid Street office.

Premier Craig Cannonier drove himself to the meeting, arriving at around 3:15pm, dressed in a suit and shirt.

He seemed relaxed giving cameras the thumbs up and when asked for comments simply said: "Not at the moment."

The meeting follows a string of further revelations about the Premier's actions surrounding the so-called JetGate saga.

The claims culminated on Friday when the Bermuda Sun that American Nathan Landow admitted that he along with a group of half-a-dozen real estate developers, builders and entrepreneurs from the greater Washington D.C. area, gave about $300,000 in total to help the OBA’s election campaign in the run-up to the 2012 election.

First to arrive this afternoon's meeting were co-deputy chair, Karen Magnus, and party chairman Thad Hollis who entered the building at around 3pm.

They were followed by MPs Nandi Davis, Wayne Scott, Mark Pettingill and party member Toni Daniels.

Trevor Moniz, Col Simons and Mike Fahy arrived at the same time, with Mr Fahy giving cameras the thumbs up.

Nalton Brangman, Bob Richards and Sylvan Richards arrived together and were soon followed in by Deputy Premier Michael Dunkley, Glen Smith and Grant Gibbons.

Transport Minister Shawn Crockwell arrived at OBA headquarters with OBA consultant Derrick Green.

By 3:30pm most party members were present and correct.

One of the last to arrive at the meeting was Leah Scott, who had taken to Facebook earlier in the day with highly crictical comments about the Premier as well as the party.

It is unclear what exactly is being discussed at the meeting or how long it will last.

The party has said it will send out a press statement at the end of the meeting.