Wallace has done well to win an exceptional defence settlement, but it may not be enough to fund all the Integrated Review’s ambitions.
Posts Tagged: Overseas Aid
James Sunderland: The Integrated Review. To project power in the world, we musn’t skimp on support arms and force protection
And if that projection is to be effective, we will need to invest in our operating bases – and not just at traditional sites.
In the wake of International Women’s Day, the third article in a five-piece series on ConservativeHome this week.
Ministers clearly realise they do not have support in the Commons for this cut, and nor perhaps for the overall reduction to 0.5 per cent of GNI.
The Prime Minister defends the humanitarian protections on UK exports and British overseas aid to Yemen.
Philippa Stroud: A new department, a new approach? How the revised Foreign Office should recast our aid policy.
Success is most common where donors have focused in terms of the countries with whom they work on a long-term basis.
Stephen O’Brien: The challenge of converting world-class research into British economic success. Here’s an example than works.
We should double down on Product Development Partnerships, which are alive and well in the field of public health.
We hope that Finn, Newman and the rest of the new appointees provide a fresh sense of direction and purpose.
George Freeman: The industrial strategy reforms I led helped to deliver Britain’s vaccine success. Now for the next phase.
I’m delighted to have been asked to help set up the new Taskforce for Innovation and Growth through Regulatory Reform.
The Union needs a cultural case to walk in step with the material one – Project Love, not Project Fear. Which means looking to the future.
This survey finding is unsurprising but, since the change will apparently require legislation, it’s important to record it.
“Britain is responding to a health emergency, but also an economic emergency, and every penny of public spending will rightly come under intense scrutiny.”
The country is the biggest recipient of British overseas support. We have a duty to use our influence to curb these barbaric practices.
There is deprivation and lower educational attainment in the southern new towns, coastal communities, inner cities and rural coldspots.
The election of Joe Biden is a chance to re-commit to our humanitarian obligations – and the One Nation caucus has proposals for how to do so.