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NationalWorld exclusively reveals how the former Prime Minister has visited Heathrow’s ‘best kept secret’ 16 times since 2019

Theresa May calls for aviation restrictions to be lifted, she received £67k of services from Heathrow's VIP suites in from 2019-2020

Former UK Prime Minister Theresa May cried out for alleviation of international travel restrictions last week, despite a significant threat from the Delta variant.

NationalWorld has revealed that Ms May has visited the Windsor Suite at Heathrow, described by the airport as it’s ‘best kept secret’, 16 times since 2019.

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The former PM used Heathrow's 'best kept secret' Windsor suite on 16 separate occasions (Picture: JPI Media)

While stopping into the exclusive VIP suite before boarding flights, she had access to a butler, Michelin-star food, a personal shopper and a selection of curated art.

Each trip to the suite is valued at £4.2k, so the MP for Maidenhead has been gifted over £67k of services by Heathrow airport.

The suite is currently closed due to Covid restrictions, Ms May described the lack of progress for the aviation industry as “disappointing”.

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