UK foreign aid diluted by ‘pursuing national interest’, says think tank

By |maj 9th, 2017|aid budget, Aid effectiveness, Brexit, development aid, IFS, News, ODA, Theresa May|

Poverty reduction in the world’s poorest countries risks being diluted by the UK government’s increasing tendency to devote a bigger slice of Britain’s aid budget to pursuing the national interest, the Institute for Fiscal Studies has warned.

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UK’s May promises to keep 0.7% aid spend target if she wins election

By |april 21st, 2017|aid budget, Aid effectiveness, Gordon Brown, News, ODA, Priti Patel, Theresa May, Tony Blair|

British Prime Minister Theresa May promised Friday (21 April) to keep the UK’s aid spending at 0.7% of GDP if – as appears likely – her ruling Conservative party win the upcoming snap election.

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