THE NEIGHBOURHOOD Perched at 2,300 metres among the tower blocks of Val Thorens, the Kashmir is on the doorstep of one of the most snow-sure resorts in Europe.
What does VT stand for?
VT stands for Val Thorens (French ski resort)
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But he blotted his copybook when he was exposed in a national newspaper after attending a stag party in the French ski-ing resort of Val Thorens last December where the groom dressed as an SS officer - an outfit that the MP had hired from a shop in Quinton.
David Cameron previously sacked Mr Burley from his job as an aide to Transport Secretary Justine Greening after it emerged he hired a Nazi uniform for a stag do, in the skiing resort of Val Thorens last December, where the groom dressed as an S officer.
It is understood that the investigation was prompted by a complaint from French pressure group SOS Racisme over the stag party in a restaurant in the ski resort of Val Thorens.
Yesterday's article claimed rising star Mr Burley, a senior aide to Transport Secretary Justine Greening, was filmed at a restaurant in Val Thorens, sitting next to another party goer dressed in a black SS uniform and cap.
The December 12 article claimed that Burley, who was filmed at a restaurant in Val Thorens, sat next to another party -goer dressed in a black SS uniform and cap.
His best result was 25th, and last, in a slalom event at Val Thorens, and the Frenchman is the cousin of Carole Montillet, who is now one of his role-models.
Avid skiiers can take up Panorama/ Neilson's EUR439pp offer for a week in Val Thorens in the French Alps, departing Dublin on December 20.