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UK 'committed to rules governing aid'

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Britain's aid budget is rising significantly over the next few years, from a total of about £8bn this year it will grow to £11.5bn by the end of this parliament. Development Secretary Andrew Mitchell, who has been reviewing the budget, outlines his thoughts on aid spending while the World Development Movement's head of policy, Julian Oram, voices his fears.


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