The European Parliament must back ambitious commitments to end extreme poverty.
Today, MPs will vote on whether the government should commit to the international development budget remaining at 0.7 per cent of GDP.
The shadow Dfid secretary Jim Murphy on Labour's three Rs for fighting world hunger.
This week, 100 MPs need to turn up to vote on the 0.7 per cent spending commitment on international development. At the moment, it's too close to call whether the bill will pass.
Campaigns against pollution that causes climate change often focus on reducing energy usage, when poor countries desperately need that energy to give their citizens freer and fuller lives. A new ethical framework for evaluating environmental issues is needed.
Why is Labour not yet talking about responsible capitalism in a global context?
The aid recipients of today can become the trading partners of tomorrow. Cutting now would be a betrayal of the poor and our national interest.
From the beginning, the Prime Minister repeatedly failed to show the leadership on tax avoidance and transparency this summit needed.
Our aid commitment, properly targeted, is first and foremost about our own security and economic interests.