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Wednesday, 20 June, 2001, 16:39 GMT 17:39 UK
DEBT


Lenny Henry calls for debt to be dropped
Comedian and Comic Relief performer, Lenny Henry puts the case for dropping debt.
The burden of debt
As Britain's comedians take to the stage in an effort to encourage people to support the cancellation of unpayable debt for poor countries, BBC News Online takes a look at the issues surrounding debt.
Why debt relief will not benefit poor
Karl Ziegler of the Centre for Accountability and Debt Relief argues that unconditional debt forgiveness will only benefit ruling elites.
Q & A: Dropping the debt
BBC News Online's Fergus Nicoll examines the arguments for and against cancelling the debt owed by developing countries.
Mozambique's foreign debt
On paper, Mozambique looks set to benefit from the World Bank and IMF-sponsored debt relief intiative, but there are several catches.
Tony Robinson answers your questions
BBC News Online invited users to send their questions on debt to Comic Relief's Tony Robinson. Read and listen to his replies.
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