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The International Development Secretary is flying to Sierra Leone to visit British-funded facilities in the fight against the Ebola outbreak. Justine Greening will accompany approximately 100 British troops who will join the effort to contain the virus. The UK has so far pledged £125m of aid to Sierra Leone.
A press release from the MOD: MORE UK TROOPS DEPLOY TO TACKLE EBOLA Around 150 British Army personnel left RAF Brize Norton this morning bound for Sierra Leone,...
Department for International Development press release International Development Secretary Justine Greening will depart from RAF Brize Norton today [Tuesday 21 Oc...
The Government will introduce additional powers to force people travelling from West African countries to undergo screening before entering the UK if they refuse to ...
David Cameron said other countries needed to do more to tackle Ebola, which he described as the "biggest health problem facing our world in a generation". "Today ...
Justine Greening said the UK was as "well prepared as any country" in Europe in preventing the spread of Ebola. "The UK is well-prepared. We have very robust syst...
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