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British parliament’s dining rooms aiming to get a Michelin star

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The Palace of Westminster and the Big Ben

The Palace of Westminster and the Big Ben in London, England. Photo: Tony Moorey.

PanARMENIAN.Net – Britain’s House of Commons will open its dining rooms to the public and step up the number of wedding receptions it hosts as part of a plan to end the taxpayer-funded subsidy on bars and restaurants used by MPs, The Daily Mail says.

Officials are aiming to get a Michelin star as they cash in on the exclusive catering venues that overlook the River Thames.

Sir Paul Beresford, the Tory chair of the administration committee that oversees the running of the Commons, is hoping to end all taxpayer handouts.

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