Williamson’s military manoeuvres can’t make up for Britain’s weak hand post-Brexit

By Kim Sengupta

The report, produced by Bob Seeley, a Tory MP in the Foreign Affairs Select Committee, and James Rogers, of the right-of-centre think-tank, the Henry Jackson Society calls for the Department for International Development (DfID) to be closed down as a ministry, calls for a major cut in Britain’s overseas aid budget with the definition of aid to include peacekeeping duties by the military and for its focus to be on promoting the UK’s economic and political interests.

Johnson says the conclusions of the report by Seeley and Rogers are “hard to disagree with”.

Read the full article in The Independent 

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