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PM indicates aid money could go to defence

The government is to consider spending money from the UK's £10bn aid budget on peacekeeping and other defence-related projects, David Cameron has said.

Such a move could see funds diverted from the Department for International Development to the Ministry of Defence.

The Prime Minister said that security and stability were often needed before development could go ahead.

Caroline Wyatt reports.

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