Tickets to Glastonbury, prime seats at Wimbledon, discounted designer clothes... these are the kind of perks usually reserved for the A-list, right? Wrong. It turns out politicians have also been cashing in on their roles by racking up the perks too, according to their latest register of interests.
The report, which requires MPs to declare any finanical interest which might influence their actions as a member of Parliament, revealed the interesting extra-curricular lives of our leading politicians.
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Prime Minister Theresa May enjoys a discount from shoe shop Russell & Bromley, Commons Speaker John Bercow received two free tickets for the Royal Box at Wimbledon and Tories Damian Collins and Nigel Adams wangled Glastonbury tickets.
Meanwhile former Labour leader Ed Milliband declared that he was paid £2,500 for hosting Jeremy Vine's Radio 2 show for a week, while Nadine Dories has signed a £50,000 book deal.
Maybe this means that the next generation will aspire to get into politics rather than #spon Insta-fame...