by Morten Thaysen
Thursday 11th May 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
FORMER archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams joined calls yesterday for Britain’s pledge on foreign aid spending to be kept, no matter which party wins the general election.
He called the aid budget a “badge of honour” and warned that its future would determine...
Saturday 22nd Apr 2017
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
The world’s wealthiest countries are turning their backs on refugees, writes AISHA DODWELL
Wednesday 15th Mar 2017
A HUMAN rights group is campaigning to persuade Marks and Spencer to stop advertising in the Daily Mail because of the paper’s anti-immigrant, anti-refugee rhetoric.
Global Justice Now supporters plan to visit Marks and Spencer stores and hide leaflets in clothing and other goods...
Saturday 25th Feb 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
THE increased use of privateers to fulfil foreign aid programmes was scrutinised yesterday by a committee of MPs.
Department for International Development (DfID) representatives were questioned by the departmental select committee on why aid funding doled out to contractors had grown...
Tuesday 21st Feb 2017
THE government was accused yesterday of denying MPs a debate on a widely criticised international trade deal that would let corporations take over Britain’s public services.
The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (Ceta) between the EU and Canada contains provisions...
Monday 6th Feb 2017
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
Fury over cost of foreign aid DfID consultants
Thursday 12th Jan 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
New law gives £6bn to government’s private equity firm
Tuesday 10th Jan 2017
Global Justice Now charges dodgy aid firm ‘exploiting poor’
Friday 9th Dec 2016
Far from condemning the recent rise of xenophobia, the British government has done everything it can to foster it, writes AISHA DODWELL, highlighting seven horrid examples
Tuesday 6th Dec 2016