Utter Madness: UK Gives £71M In Foreign Aid To China

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Britain gave China more than £70 million of taxpayers’ money in a single year. Some of the money was used to help Chinese firms compete with UK rivals.

The figures are contained in the Department for International Development (DfID) annual report and come as tensions between the UK and China continue to rise.

Former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith said: “it is utter madness that we are busy trying to improve the prospects for business in a country that is breaking every rule in the book.”

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