The aid debate
A New Statesman special report: can we afford foreign aid?
The question of aid has never been more charged: in an age of recession, should Britain be spending millions helping the people of fast-developing countries?
In this series of articles, the New Statesman invites politicians and campaigners - from both the UK and receiving nations - to consider the most pressing and defining issues surrounding foreign aid.
Paddy Ashdown and Dambisa Moyo debate: does aid work?
Imran Khan says that Pakistan doesn't need overseas help
Mo Farah, Tony Blair, Annie Lennox and Jock Stirrup answer: can aid end aid?
Andrew Mitchell, the Secretary of State for International Development, on aid at a time of austerity
Erin O'Connor, the model and Save the Children ambassador, on awareness at home and access abroad
Leni Wild, a research fellow at the Overseas Development Institute, says it's time to paint a new picture of the efforts to end global poverty
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