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After the tumultuous changes of 2020, questions abound in the United Kingdom’s development community over the future of the country’s aid policy.

With details yet to emerge on where aid cuts announced last year will fall, what new government development legislation will look like, and the integrated review which will supposedly underpin all of the country’s upcoming international policies, there is much uncertainty — making planning for the future difficult.

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  • William Worley

    William Worley is the U.K. Correspondent for Devex, covering DFID and British aid. Previously, he reported on international affairs, policy, and development. He also worked as a reporter for the U.K. national press, including the Times, Guardian, Independent, and i Paper. His reportage has included work on the Rohingya refugee crisis in Bangladesh, drought in Madagascar, the "migrant caravan" in Mexico, and Colombia’s peace process. He can be reached at william.worley@devex.com.