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Tuesday, 23 March 2010

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It is reported that in the near future, vacancies will open up for those of you who enjoy foreign travel and all the benefits. The only qualification required is that you are a Member of Parliament, elected to sit in the House of Commons in London.

If it's a few trips to Cyprus to top up the tan you want, this is made for you.

A visit to Sri Lanka to study the pristine beaches perhaps?

Adventurous and want to see Tibet? All expenses paid trips, to the undiscovered delights of Lhasa, are available but also very popular.

Perhaps you would enjoy a trip or two to the Turks and Cacaos, an island paradise, with peace and tranquility?

Opportunities will exist soon so please ensure you do not miss out. Fight a Parliamentary seat in the upcoming General Election and if successful contact the "Office for free foreign junkets" at the Speakers Office in the House of Commons. Scan the list of available free trips and contact the embassy of the foreign country you wish to visit. Top destinations like Gibraltar, the Bahamas and the Caribbean Islands may have already been snapped up by the hungry, greedy bastards who got in quick. Don't be disappointed, there are always more free trips coming up.

Please remember that you should declare these trips but as no one else does why bother. However, you should fabricate ridiculous reasons for anything you may "overlook".

As your reward to the foreign governments that have sponsored your "educational trips" abroad, you will need to lobby and ask questions on their behalf in the House of Commons. Well, you are sitting on your derriere sleeping anyway and being paid for it.

An up to date passport is required and you may require some inoculations. Have many pleasant journeys.

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