United Future leader Peter Dunne is off on a foreign trip for talks on a range of issues relevant to his government portfolios.
The internal affairs minister will represent New Zealand at the meeting of the D5 Digital Leaders Summit in Tallinn, Estonia from November 18 to 20.
It's the second meeting of the grouping of five nations - New Zealand, UK, South Korea, Estonia and Israel - that work together on the provision of on-line government services.
On his way to Estonia he will visit London for meetings with the National Archives and the British Library.
As part of his association health portfolio he's also having talks with the National Institute for Health Care and Excellence on the issue of access to medicines and will visit London Ambulance.