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Former health secretary Andrew Lansley is set to be rejected from a new humanitarian role at the UN, the Observer reports. People familiar with the selection process say critics are arguing the job should not go to "failed politicians" when the world is facing a humanitarian crisis.
Labour press release Labour will today hold an Opposition Day Debate in the House of Commons on the Government’s approach to international development and cl...
FCO Minister Tobias Ellwood meets Egyptian President el-Sisi and affirms UK support for a more secure, prosperous, and democratic Egypt. Minister for the Middle Ea...
Department for International Development press release The UK will provide emergency food, shelter and sanitation to half a million refugees that have fled the on...
Andrew Lansley confirmed that David Cameron had nominated him to replace Baroness Amos as the next humanitarian chief at the United Nations. “It is something I’d ...
A press release from the International Development Committee WHO AND MEMBER COUNTRY FAILINGS MEAN GLOBAL HEALTH SYSTEMS REMAIN “DANGEROUSLY INADEQUATE” FOR DEALING...
30/12/2014 on World at One, BBC Radio 4
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