Should the UK stop aid to Rwanda?

BBC World Service Radio on November 28, 2012 08:05

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Britain is the largest bilateral donor to Rwanda but the crisis in Congo has led to a discussion about whether the UK should continue to give aid to a country which the UN accuses of supporting the M23 rebel group. Newsday brought together two people to debate this issue. Jonathan Kalemera is a Rwandan who lives in London and supports the government of Paul Kagame and Ian Birrell is a journalist for the Daily Mail newspaper, and former speech-writer for David Cameron, and he opposes continuing aid to Rwanda.

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