Friday 24 September 2021
CHARITIES and church leaders have expressed anger and disappointment at the vote in the House of Commons on Tuesday to confirm a £4-billion cut in Britain’s international aid budget
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INTERNATIONAL humanitarian agencies have endorsed a warning from the UN Emergency Relief Co-ordinator, Sir Mark Lowcock, that “the most urgent task in Yemen today is to prevent widespread famine”
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SCORES of small charities have warned the Government that without state help they could fold “in a matter of weeks”
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