The government’s decision to stop aid to India is the latest instalment in a history of ignoring India.
Author Archives: David Taylor
As Justine Greening is announced as the new international development secretary, it’s worth pausing to reflect on the record of her predecessor Andrew Mitchell.
Today is an opportunity to help deliver (possibly the only) promise that was in all three Parties’ manifestos
Obama, Hollande, Dilma, Gillard and Hernandez would be a formidable force for progress if they worked together to push for a global growth plan.
David Taylor argues that the lack of help for India’s growing health service is a shame, but sadly typical of the conservative attitude to aid
David Taylor calls on the government to save the Global Fund, which funds the fight against AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria worldwide
David Taylor, chair of the Labour Campaign for International Development, reveals the Tories’ plan to count debt relief as real aid, arguing it’s no help at all.
The government has approved £200 million of the aid budget to be spent building an airport for St Helena – after lobbying from £127m tax dodger Lord Ashcroft.
Labour Campaign for International Development chair David Taylor writes about how Cameron and Clegg are failing to take the lead on fighting international poverty.