U.K. Parliament To Review 0.7% Foreign Aid Spending Requirement, Prime Minister’s Spokesperson Says

Independent: Theresa May set to cut 0.7% foreign aid spending commitment, Downing Street signals
“Britain’s foreign aid budget is likely to be cut in the next parliament, Theresa May signaled [Tuesday]. The law requiring 0.7 percent of gross national income to be spent on aid will be reviewed before 2020, the Prime Minister’s spokeswoman said…” (Merrick, 12/13).

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