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Richard Darlington is former Special Adviser at the Department for International Development and Campaign Director for 25 leading NGOs
The emergence of China as a power player in the development world has yet to sink in among British policymakers.
The former foreign secretary is out of touch with his party and wrong on the policy.
A position that emerged as a political tactic has become one that many Tory MPs are willing to sacrifice capital for.
Austerity is part of the problem.
The easiest way to tackle global poverty? Just give people money.
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.
Why is Labour not yet talking about responsible capitalism in a global context?