U2 frontman Bono paid a visit to one of Britain's top politicians in London on Wednesday (07Sep11) to discuss his charity.
The Irish rocker showed up at The Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne's residence at 11 Downing Street in the British capital to chat about his anti-poverty foundation.
The star's associate tells Britain's Daily Telegraph, "The meeting had been in the diary for some time. Bono wanted to raise issues relating to his One Foundation."