For example, a trip to Brussels to attend European Council meetings cost £500 on average. Trips as far as to other continents, like to US or Australia, were charged a bit over £10,000.
But look at the figures, which go under description “To pay condolences following death of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz”. The Prime Minister used a charter airline and his 1-day stay is valued at £101,792.
The £100,000 it cost to send Cameron to Saudi Arabia to pay respects to dead dictator/king is equal to 51yrs of basic tax credit of £1960— Andrew Spooner (@andrewspoooner) October 24, 2015
“This charter flight was for a group involving the prime minister, Downing Street officials, the royal household and protection officers,” commented a Cameron spokesperson without going further into details.