• Tim Wilkinson

    Don’t we give money to China as well?

  • http://twitter.com/AjrMac/status/270462373385605121/ Alex MacDonald (@AjrMac)

    @woweegoodstuff Take a look, BB just covered it http://t.co/XiYgrV1W

  • http://twitter.com/AjrMac/status/270462874764320768/ Alex MacDonald (@AjrMac)

    Corruption in #Uganda stems from problems with British foreign aid. The question is, how do we fix it? http://t.co/XiYgrV1W

  • Richard Parker

    Yeah we do, something along the lines of 5m I think. Which is stupid really.

  • http://twitter.com/StRemeze/status/270508844780761088/ Ashley Perks (@StRemeze)

    Does Charity actually begin at home?: Cameron & Co wise up to international aid, but not enough is being done. http://t.co/VbY46JlC

  • http://twitter.com/AjrMac/status/270510821166178304/ Alex MacDonald (@AjrMac)

    Thought you might be interested @igeldard in this: http://t.co/XiYgrV1W Guido put it on their site.

  • http://cambriandissenters.blogspot.com Daniel Thomas

    Cutting aid to India isn’t going to make a blind bit of difference to the economy at home.

    The aid budget is a percentage of GDP so it will be wasted elsewhere.

    The 0.7% of GDP is a figure plucked out of thin air by the redistributionists at the UN.

    This waste of taxpayers money is makes Cameron’s credentials look good at the UN where he is destined to end up when he is finally removed from office.

  • Peter Sykes

    Glad to see someone mention India’s own Overseas programme. I couldn’t sleep last night and ended up watching BBC’s Asian Business News around 2.30am: $100m/£60m aid to Afghanistan. Farsical or what to continue aid to India til 2015, Ms Greening?

  • http://www.thebackbencher.co.uk Alex MacDonald

    Yeah tell me about it. Why can’t Greening and friends just cut aid to India immediately? You’re right.