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General election 2017: No cut to UK aid spending, says May

BBC News Friday, 21 April 2017 ()
General election 2017: No cut to UK aid spending, says MayTheresa May ends speculation that she wants to reduce the amount the UK spends on foreign aid.
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Theresa May has said she will maintain Britain's commitment to spending 0.7% of national income on foreign aid if the Conservatives win the general election. Answering questions from reporters during a visit to a toothpaste factory in her Maidenhead constituency, the PM said: "Let's be clear, the...

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