Former UK PMs warn against cuts to foreign aid


Predecessors to UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson are urging him not to commit to a proposed 0.2% cut to the UK’s £15 billion international development budget. – EPA pic, November 21, 2020.

TWO former British prime ministers today warned the country’s current leader Boris Johnson against cuts to foreign aid spending.

David Cameron and Tony Blair urged Johnson not to commit to a proposed 0.2% cut to the UK’s £15 billion (RM81.6 billion) international development budget.


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