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easyJet renews deal with MPs

A renewed easyJet deal means British taxpayers will continue to benefit from cheap flights for MPs, parliamentary staff, and peers. The deal between the Houses of Parliament and the airline was first put into place in 2012 and offers affordable travel options, which translates into the expense bills footed by taxpayers.

In the last 12 months, the airline says that more than 1000 trips have been taken by 200 parliamentarians. David Cameron, Ed Miliband, and Nick Clegg are among the many who took advantage of the lower prices on their holiday flights this past summer. Cameron flew to Portugal, Miliband to France, and Clegg to Spain.


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