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Boris Johnson narrowly avoids Conservative rebellion over foreign aid budget cuts

Sky News Monday, 7 June 2021 ()
Boris Johnson has narrowly avoided a rebellion by some of his own Conservative Party MPs over cuts to the foreign aid budget.
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Credit: BBC BreakfastFormer prime minister Gordon Brown has said now is not the time to cut foreign aid. Asked what kind of difference a reduction of almost £4 billion would make around the globe, he told BBC Breakfast: “It’s a life-and-death issue.” It comes as Prime Minister Boris Johnson...

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