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Opinion: 2013 – Time to think afresh about International Development?

Lynne Featherstone in Zambia. Photo:  some rights reserved by DFID http://www.flickr.com/photos/dfid/8220719712/Another year, another set of attacks on development aid in the right-wing press. Prompted by a spectacularly ill-informed paper from Civitas, the Telegraph, Mail and Spectator tried once again to argue, without evidence, that high proportions of British aid are wasted.

The truth is that, under the Coalition, far more attention has been paid to value for money in aid spending than ever before. What is more, there’s little need to speculate about where

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  • User AvatarAlex Sabine 27th Mar - 1:30am
    @ Malcolm "Let's remember Maudling did indeed leave a mess - at least he was honest." I agree. Though by the standards of future Chancellors...
  • User AvatarAlex Sabine 27th Mar - 1:18am
    @ Philip From a long-term supply-side point of view, I agree. Higher productivity is essential, and part of that requires allowing unproductive firms to go...
  • User AvatarSara Scarlett 27th Mar - 12:32am
    This op-ed in a nutshell is this: = "I know that plain packaging of everything is authoritarian but what's so wrong with authoritarianism anyway?"
  • User AvatarSara Scarlett 27th Mar - 12:20am
    Great article, Tom. The case for airport expansion is strong anyway. In a few years when airplanes are noise and pollution free we'll be sorry...
  • User AvatarPeter 27th Mar - 12:04am
    Restricting aviation by demand (e.g. simply not allowing airports to expand infrastructure) is pretty much the least economic and environmentally sound way of regulating air...
  • User AvatarGeoffrey Payne 26th Mar - 11:57pm
    Now we know. If there was a Coalition party he would leave the Lib Dems and join that. I notice he is bemoaning the levels...
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