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Theresa May defies the right by maintaining 0.7% aid pledge - New Statesman

New StatesmanTheresa May defies the right by maintaining 0.7% aid pledgeNew StatesmanBut she added: "What we need to do, though, is to look at how that money will be spent, and make sure that we are able to spend that money in the most effective way." May has left open the possibility that the UK could abandon the OECD definition of ...and more »21-04-2017

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Theresa May defies the right by maintaining 0.7% aid pledge
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But she added: "What we need to do, though, is to look at how that money will be spent, and make sure that we are able to spend that money in the most effective way." May has left open the possibility that the UK could abandon the OECD definition of ...

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