Tagged with "foreign aid in Africa"
  • Charles_bridge

    Foreign aid should not be abused for a Brexit deal

    The idea being bandied around that Britain should bribe Eastern European countries with foreign aid to get a good Brexit deal is futile. It is not just, since these countries are too rich to qualify, and it isn't necessary as a free trade deal is even more in the EU's interests than ours anyway

    by Sir John Redwood MP - 20 February 2017
  • The_mau_mau_cover_up

    Foreign aid, and post-colonial guilt gone mad

    Post-colonial guilt is alive and well, and via Britain's absurd foreign aid budget the UK is now about to pay, literally, for alleged crimes that it just didn't commit. Try saying that out loud in front of a Guardian reader/ Foreign Office official

    by Robin Mitchinson -  9 June 2015
  • Cameron_aid_picture_latest

    Foreign aid: David Cameron's cunning plan

    There is a tale about two African Presidents. The host showed his guest a new freeway which finished in a dead end. ‘Why did you build a road to nowhere?’ asked the guest. 10%’ said the host, tapping his nose. On the return visit, the host showed him his new road. It didn’t exist. ‘Why are you showing me a road that doesn’t exist?’ asked the guest. ‘100%’ replied the host, tapping his nose

    by Robin Mitchinson - 24 December 2013
  • B9ac1b260cdebc5e07c79deec1d76ebf285aefce

    Are multinationals in Ghana really paying less in tax than market traders?

    It is unfair to criticise companies for not paying corporation tax without making it clear that they are paying millions of dollars in other forms of taxation

    by David Davies MP -  2 May 2012