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MPs have voted to support a law committing the UK to spend 0.7% of its national income on foreign aid. Conservative and Labour politicians backed a Liberal Democrat private members bill after a lengthy debate. In a rare appearance in Parliament, former Prime Minister Gordon Brown said: "What we are talking about today is ho...
Oxfam press release Responding to the House of Commons' vote granting a second reading to the International Development (Official Development Assistance Target)...
Labour press release Jim Murphy MP, Labour's Shadow International Development Secretary, responding to the successful Second Reading of the Bill to enshrine the ...
Save the Children press release In response to today's announcement on the International Development Bill, with 164 MPs voting 'yes' versus 6 MPs voting 'no', ple...
Britain can be a “catalyst” for other nations to increase their international aid budgets by enshrining in law a promise to spend 0.7% of national income on aid, Gor...
Department for International Development Press Release UK aid arrives for displaced Iraqis across northern Iraq Britain has delivered thousands of kitchen sets...
09/08/2014 on Department for International Development
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