British Conservative Party leader David Cameron vowed Tuesday that if he were to be elected Prime Minister, he would bring an end to the era of government secrecy over UFOs and extraterrestrial activity.
Speaking at one of his "Cameron Direct" public meetings, Cameron pledged that a Tory government would be "entirely open and frank" in sharing any information about alien life forms.
At the meeting in Tynemouth, northeast England, he was questioned about a string of recent mysterious incidents.
"I have no idea if there is intelligent life out there," he replied. "I do believe in freedom of information and openness and this question has been asked from time to time, and I think we should be as open and clear as possible."
"What has tended to happen when people have looked at the Roswell incident, or when people have looked at pictures, is a rational explanation tends to be produced to try and show what has happened is not what those who believe in UFOs suggest."