chauffeur-driven


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chauffeur-driven

car sign of the high life. [Western Cult.: Misc.]
See: Luxury
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They were then chauffeur-driven in two cars to stay at a farmhouse in Perth.
Most Cabinet ministers use chauffeur-driven, two-litre, Xtype Jaguars, favoured by former Deputy PM John Prescott.
The fun starts with a chauffeur-driven limousine ride to the "haunted" Frewin Country House, in Donegal.
British Airways offers a lodgings-and-sightseeing package that includes round-trip travel on the Concorde, a chauffeur-driven limousine for sightseeing and airport transfers, a champagne reception and three nights' lodgings at one of eight deluxe hotels in London.
Now we learn Chancellor Gordon Brown sneaked an extension to another perk into last year's Budget - chauffeur-driven cars from stately residence to the office worth pounds 5,000.
17-21, a chauffeur-driven Rolls-Royce, a 24-hour butler, breakfast in bed daily, a gourmet dinner for 12 in the suite's private dining room.
There was outrage and calls for the luxury vehicles to be scrapped after politicians were all whisked to a Budget summit in Farmleigh in 15 separate chauffeur-driven cars.
And the only thing on Liam's mind seemed to be his own stomach as he and Nicole dived into a chauffeur-driven limo.
A TWITTER account has been set up to "name and shame" ministers who use their chauffeur-driven cars for nonstate business.
We'll be running the same contest for every round - but watch out for a special draw at the Final where we'll make a further draw for six pals to be chauffeur-driven to one of the summer's biggest music festivals, again with a magnificent supply of beer vouchers for the weekend.
A BBC executive is travelling to Birmingham's Pebble Mill studios in a pounds 300-a-day chauffeur-driven car instead of taking the train.
They arrive in chauffeur-driven limousines, are given frequent drinks of bottled water and dine on grilled chicken breast and steak.