Kate Andrews is referenced by The Telegraph
DfID’s ring-fenced foreign spend now exceeds the amount that goes on policing in England and Wales, a point made well on BBC Question Time by Kate Andrews of the Institute of Economic Affairs. How can Britain spend so much overseas, she asked, when crime is perceived to be out of control at home? The point isn’t that Britain should be miserly: foreign aid is not only humanitarian but, by helping countries develop, can be a smart investment for trade and security.
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Further Reading: Conditional aid – A misleading vision