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Implications of UK-EU negotiations for development and aid examined

last modified Jul 27, 2018 02:53 PM
The International Development Committee took evidence from the Secretary of State for International Development on UK-EU development cooperation and the implications for UK aid on 17th July 2018.


Tuesday 17 July 2018, Committee Room 6, Palace of Westminster

Department for International Development

  • Rt Hon Penny Mordaunt MP, Secretary of State for International Development
  • Nick Dyer – Director General, Economic Development and International
  • Paul Walters – Deputy Director, Trade for Development Department

Purpose of the Session

This is the first of a series of sessions exploring current UK commitments to channeling aid through the EU, the Governments proposals for a continuing development partnership beyond 2019 and the implications of different scenarios for the progress of negotiations.


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