IRC President David Milliband Praises Work Of DFID In Telegraph Interview

The Telegraph: DFID has given U.K. global ‘clout,’ says David Miliband
“Former foreign secretary David Miliband has praised successive Conservative governments for not ‘trashing’ a Labour innovation: the Department for International Development. In an interview with The Telegraph, Mr. Miliband, now president of U.S. NGO International Rescue Committee, was asked whether he feared a merger between DFID and the Foreign Office, as has been touted by some Conservatives. … Mr. Miliband was talking to The Telegraph from Goma in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where he was visiting staff responding to the Ebola epidemic currently raging in the North Kivu region of the country…” (Gulland, 5/10).

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