Foreign Office's 10:10 plan takes off with economy flights for ambassadors

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Foreign and Commonwealth Office staff will fly 'cattle class' as part of department efforts to cut emissions by 10 per cent in 2010

What with the late-night cocktail parties; hobnobbing with heads of state; free opulent mansion and premium air miles account, few jobs have the glamour of ambassador. But even the lifestyles of Her...

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