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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn slammed the private shuttle as "a shoddy bung" and asked for answers over how the government had intended to pay for the bill in the first place.He said: "Theresa May has already given an extra £1 billion to Northern Ireland to hang on to power and now it appears she gave a free RAF flight to Arlene Foster to seal the deal.“This cowardly attack on a memorial to one of Northern Ireland’s heroes must be punished with the full force of the law.” Lt Col Patterson, a Christian born in what is now the Republic of Ireland, commanded five battalions of the British Army which were nicknamed the “Jewish Legion”.
The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) said it was treating the incident as a hate crime.
But opposition parties were quick to criticise the expensive trip, which followed Ms May's pledge for extra public spending in Northern Ireland and extra cash raising powers for the Northern Ireland executive to help her prop up her minority government.
The deal raised eyebrows among some Tories but Michael Gove defended it on the Andrew Marr Show saying everyone would benefit from the extra cash in Northern Ireland because it meant Ms May would continue to deliver a "secure and stable government".
B&B rates start at £125 (midweek) and £175 (weekends) per room, but accommodation for its opening week is "almost sold out", according to the hotel.
Several of these will be open to the public, as will the main Drawing Offices, on tours starting with a six-week free exhibition that will tell the story of the building.
It will also feature a 166-seater dining room and bespoke cocktail bar.