Is It Fair To Subsidise Politicians’ Food & Wine In Parliament? | Good Morning Britain

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Some members of the House of Lords have been complaining about the quality of food and wine in Parliament, according to a new freedom of information request by Open Democracy. What’s their beef? The abundance of smoked salmon salads and subpar Chardonnay, apparently. Meals at the Palace of Westminster are subsidised by profits generated at those cafes and restaurants. But at a time of people up and down the country struggling to put food on the table – is it still right we still help those among the most privileged in society to have a discounted gourmet meal?

Broadcast on 16/06/22

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