Foreign aid: Charity shouldn’t start at home

Last year David Cameron pledged to spend 0.7 percent of the UK’s income on foreign aid, a bold decision for a country still recovering from recession and with home grown poverty making headlines daily. But putting charity to one side does foreign aid actually make economic sense for both sides?


European CEO speaks with Matthew Collin from the Centre for Global Development on the economic benefits of foreign aid.

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