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UK government's international aid budget review

The Government is to announce the results of a major review into how it spends taxpayers' money abroad, but critics say foreign policy objectives are distorting its priorities.

And there are questions over why certain nations receive money from Britain.

Max Cotton spoke to Spectator editor Fraser Nelson, Kirsty Hughes from Oxfam and Labour's spokeswoman for International Development, Harriet Harman MP.

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  • 27 Feb 2011
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