Dream of an all-expenses paid trip to the Seychelles? Then perhaps you should think about becoming an MEP.
A delegation of seven Euro MPs are heading for the Indian Ocean tropical paradise for a £100,000 five-day business trip to discuss a fisheries deal.
According to reports in The Sun newspaper, they will be joined by five administrators and ten interpreters.
The MEPs are from debt-ridden countries including Spain and Italy, as well as France and Germany.
The estimated cost includes nearly £5,500 each on business class seats to the isle of Mahe, and the delegates are allowed to take spouses to stay with them at the luxury Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay resort and casino.
A European Parliament spokesman said the trip was being taken to discuss a fisheries deal, check sanitary arrangement for tuna imports and discuss piracy risks.
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