UKIP are proposing a huge cut in Britain's Overseas Aid budget in their manifesto due to be published this weekend. The party will announce that they would reduce the pot from £10.3bn to £1.3bn – a total of £45bn over the next parliament, Breitbart London can exclusively reveal.A senior UKIP source claimed this would make a major contribution to reducing the deficit, without walking away from our international duties. He exclusively told Breitbart London: “We have a crazy situation where our government's borrowing and debt are out of control and yet we continue to borrow in order to give away.
“For decades we have been told overseas aid makes the world a safer place, but ask anyone on the streets of Britain whether they think the world feels safer and you'll struggle to get any positive answers.”
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