Easter Island’s Lone Honorary Consul

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Imagine a job in which you are 3,600km (2,250 miles) from your boss and 14,000km from head office in London.

Sound appealing? Then maybe "honorary consul to Easter Island" is the job for you.

It is a position that James Grant-Peterkin has held for five years. He is the British government's representative on this remote Chilean outpost in the South Pacific.

His position is unique. Britain is the only country in the world with consular representation on Easter Island.