The future of U.K. aid is more uncertain than ever. The past year has seen rapid changes in leadership, threats to the Department for International Development’s independence, and public skepticism over the U.K.’s aid spending targets.
Now, in the post-Brexit era, the role of development in Britain’s foreign policy is up for debate with the advent of a trade and security-focused “Global Britain” agenda.
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