David Cameron has admitted that billions of British foreign aid money has been ‘wasted’ yet defends its increase to £12 billion a year – meanwhile, polls show the majority of Britons want to see foreign aid and EU subsidies cut.
Hundreds of millions of pounds of British money sent to improve India’s schools has been wasted, as a governmental report reveals the country’s education standards are in fact falling.
By Stephen Palmer – Much of the UK’s huge foreign aid budget is spent on ridiculous ventures such as dance lessons in poor African countries and “poverty-fighting” song contests, due to bizarre EU allocation decisions, it has been revealed.
By Stephen Palmer – Despite Europe’s dire financial condition, the EU has proudly announced its member states’ highest ever aid contribution to foreign countries, totalling £47 billion for 2010.
A leaked draft copy of the government’s foreign aid spending review, has all but admitted that the British National Party has been correct on the topic — but still insists on increasing the amount of British money handed out to the Third World.
Third World immigration has not bought economic benefit but has instead dramatically boosted child poverty in Britain, an analysis of a new report by children’s charity Save the Children has revealed.
British taxpayers will be forced to hand over £50.8 billion in foreign aid handouts to the Third World by 2014, which translates to 61 percent of the total “spending review” cuts announced by the Government this year.
The controlled Daily Express newspaper and a small element of the Conservative Party are trying to hijack the British National Party’s highly popular anti-foreign aid policy as public resentment of that blatant swindle grows.
In the same week that the ConDem regime announced plans to “overhaul” the benefits system for British people, the Department for International Development (DFID) announced a brand new foreign aid scheme designed to “boost employment” in the Third World.
Prominent Indian academic professor Roshan Doug has shocked the liberal establishment with a forthright call to end British foreign aid to his native country which he has dismissed as “disingenuous” and “corrupt.”