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Yet another 0.7% related post: University of Birmingham perspective


And yet another “0.7/GNI” related post (see here) by me, this time on the University of Birmingham‘s main page, the “Perspective” section. It was not really my idea for it to be splashed on this section; I wanted it to … Continue reading

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How dare you not legislate 0.7%…


UK MPs are known, via the media, for having expenses scandals, complaining about intrusion into privacy or other little things which may result in their re-election or booting out. On the issue of spending 0.7% of GNI (or GDP or whatever measurement of an economy), however, almost all MPs are set on it so much that there was a furious debate on it being missed out as a legislation for the current parliamentary session 2012-2013. Continue reading

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