Chancellor Rishi Sunak on MPs voting to back foreign aid cut

The chancellor has said he recognises the “passion and conviction” in the foreign aid debate after some Tories voted against the government.

But the vote backed cutting the amount of money spent on helping other nations, with a commitment to ring fence 0.5% of spending, where it used to 0.7%.


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