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    The government must maintain its commitment to spending on vaccines, according to Labour Co-operative MP Jim Dobbins.

    Writing for Central Lobby, Mr Dobbin said: "Some groups will use the Chancellor’s statement as an opportunity to call for a cut to the international development budget."

    "It is important to retain our commitment to international development and vaccines, which are one of the most cost-effective methods of reducing childhood deaths."

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Labour MP in vaccine call

The government must maintain its commitment to spending on vaccines, according to Labour Co-operative MP Jim Dobbins.

Writing for Central Lobby, Mr Dobbin said: "Some groups will use the Chancellor’s statement as an opportunity to call for a cut to the international development budget."

"It is important to retain our commitment to international development and vaccines, which are one of the most cost-effective methods of reducing childhood deaths."