Ease foreign aid rules to give Armed Forces a boost, says Boris Johnson-backed report

By Jack Maidment

Military peacekeeping missions overseas should be funded from Britain’s international aid budget to free up money for the armed forces, a report backed by Boris Johnson has recommended.

A new vision for UK foreign policy, Global Britain: A Twenty-First Century Vision, authored by Tory MP Bob Seely and the Henry Jackson Society thinktank, called for the rules governing the way in which international development funding is spent to be overhauled.


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