Diverting an RAF flight to supply specially insulated tents to Erbil before winter would save thousands of lives
Posts Tagged: Overseas Aid
We can be proud of our work around the world – but we must persuade voters that it is necessary and well-targeted.
Without any significant understanding of the religious, tribal and political background we will never be able to control terrorism at its sources.
Millions of lives have been saved – and the right approach can save millions more.
If aid is about development, helping allies or promoting peace and prosperity, we need to see the fruits of our £10.6 billion.
In the European Parliament, MEPs have adopted a report that I drafted calling for this shift in EU development efforts
Three out of five Tory members believe that overseas aid money should be used to tackle Britain’s flood damage
But over a third do not. Indeed, the proportion holding that view constitutes almost two in five activists.
If we do not stop this barbaric practice, we will have failed to protect young girls from horrific abuse.
Modern-day Multhusians insist that reducing child mortality will only result in overpopulation and all the problems that come with it. But are they right?
Rather than the outdated idea of aid as a handout, we should treat it as an investment.
In Syria, temperatures may drop to minus six – and, all over the world, children are paying the ultimate price of conflict. Yet hope and progress are alive.
Cameron once prized “freedom and democracy.” But now he ignores both to win trade from China.
Are they for or against the EU, foreign aid, military action in Syria, immigration, global warming, capital punishment and abortion?
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