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David Cameron: 'World must tackle hunger differently'

Prime Minister David Cameron has told delegates at an international meeting on nutrition that the world must change the way it tackles the problem of hunger.

He insisted that Britain was "out in front" in reaching the target to give 0.7% of GDP because its people are concerned with trying to help those who are suffering in other countries.

But he said money alone was not enough to tackle the issue and new approaches were needed to tackle hunger.

  • 08 Jun 2013
  • From the section UK
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