Lord Kinnock is a former leader of the Labour Party and a former vice-president of the European Commission
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This week's questions are answered by Neil Kinnock, former Labour leader
06 November 1998 12:02 AM
Sir: With reference to your story (5 November) about duty-free allowances: I have never used, nor will I use, the duty-free alcohol, tobacco and fuel allowances accorded to foreign-posted diplomats and European Commissioners under the 1961 Vienna international conventions.
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