U.K. Aid Experts, NGOs Warn Of Uncertainty After Rejection Of PM May’s Brexit Deal

Devex: Aid NGOs warn of disruption as Brexit deal collapses
“Aid experts and NGOs have warned of potential disruption to their work as U.K. lawmakers rejected Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal on Tuesday night and launched a vote of no confidence in the government. … Among the most immediate issues for the aid community are access to funding; whether E.U.-U.K. aid spending channels will continue, with the potential for a shortfall if they are suddenly cut off; and the loss of U.K. civil society influence…” (Edwards, 1/16).

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