Cameron allows aid budget to be spent on peace keeping missions

Posted: February 22, 2013 in Current affairs

Sarah Aston

David Cameron has today discussed the possibility of diverting funds from the Department of International Development to help support peacekeeping missions and other defence orientated projects implemented abroad by the Ministry of Defence.

Currently on the final leg of his tour of India, the Prime Minister touched on several significant issues relating to defence budgets and development initiatives and discussed in depth the dilemma facing most development agencies….

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Photo Credit: Pete Gowing / MoD

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