The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Christian Today
Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn and Tim Farron are uniting in their commitment to keep the 0.7 per cent foreign aid spending commitment in three articles marking 60 years of Christian Aid week.
As leaders of the three major UK parties in the general election they all argue it is morally right to keep the ring-fenced development pledge in pieces for the Church Times.
Prime Minister Theresa May says the foreign aid commitment ‘says something important about Britain’Reuters
The Prime Minister says the UK should be proud of being the first G7 country to meet the target and of becoming a ‘international aid superpower’.
She writes: ‘Our commitment to helping the most disadvantaged people in the world says something important about Britain. It says that we are a kind and generous country that will never turn its back on those in need. We will always meet our commitments to the worldpost was originally published on this site