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peachylady

39 months ago

Do you think Britain should send so much aid abroad ?

I believe there should be a limit on how much we reduce our own resources . After all , im sure we often send good money after bad ...Does it do any good ?
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btnanny

  38 months ago
I don't know anything about Britain,but it is the same here in Canada.I sure don't have anything against helping the less fortunate.But, It's not right that they will send millions of dollars to help feed another country when there are people sleeping on the streets right here under their nose.They seem to turn a blind eye to that
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sponge_cake

  39 months ago
I think so, as the rich countries have been taking from these 'third-world' countries for centuries. This is how they become in need of aid, and this is the capitolist way.
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jean.gallacher

  39 months ago
especially in this climate no send help for disasters and releif work and there are to many differen charities doing this they should all join together to help
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jules02

  39 months ago
I think there should be a limit too, we seem to always be the first country to put our hands in our pockets too, and how can we afford this when our own country is in such a mess and we are a lot smaller than some others
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silver23

  39 months ago
no i think they send much to much abroad and we dont really know where it all goes
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msclark

  39 months ago
when the government give aid, in many circumstances they recieve a pledge of trade from the country involvved, but it does seem as though we send a lot
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smileandbhappy

  39 months ago
Having seen poverty first hand in Romania and India I would have to disagree.I myself am struggling moneywise but it is nothing in comparison with children who have not eaten for days or have just the clothes they are standing in.
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coaster1

  39 months ago
I am a firm believer in charity begins at home. What gets me is the UK and other countries send aid to those in need but you do not see any great difference. How many times do you see programmes showing these poor innocent people. So what does happen to the money because it does not seem to be going to those who need it and if it is, then sorry but there obviously is not enough and is therefore giving false hope to these people. Life is so hard for them so is it not cruel to give them false hope !
There are plenty in this country that need help and we can at least monitor the results.
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