Author Archives: Ben Rayment

Ben Rayment is a second year international relations student with a keen interest on the United Kingdom after Brexit.

Foreign aid in a post-Brexit world

With the recent forced resignation of Priti Patel from the Department For International Development, it is time to develop the Liberal Democrats’ foreign policy in a post-Brexit Britain. It is time for the Liberal Democrats to call for a more liberal approach to the world and we should do this by following Patel’s good work on ‘trade for aid’, promoting workers’ rights and promoting freer and fairer trade.

Ms Patel started to transform what the foreign aid budget was used for, yet with her forced resignation, the Liberal Democrats must surely take up this gauntlet to champion further reforms in the …

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    You have to admire Davies’s stubborn belief that n his case. Britain can do no wrong, so we must be justified in forcing the EU...
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    @Peter Martin "I don’t know if you were around then but the result of the 1976 referendum was generally accepted in the wider community." Well...
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    Michael BG, it is always good idea to look at what the actual outcome of policies has been. The G7 economies with below average unemployment...
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    @Michael BG Re reform of EU as you mention. Its difficult to see the EU moving to accept any of this. I think national parliament...
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