Paleostinian leaders hardest hit…….
Time for change! MPs may be forced to debate ludicrous funding for terrorists, palaces and despots from £12billion foreign aid budget after landmark 100,000 people sign the Mail on Sunday’s petition – ASTONISHINGLY in less than 24 hours
An overwhelming public response to the launch of The Mail On Sunday’s campaign against Britain frittering away billions of pounds on foreign aid has taken the number of signatories demanding a debate in Parliament past the crucial target of 100,000
- Mail on Sunday launched petition only last night to stop foreign aid madness
- Government must consider debate on any petition signed by 100,000 by law
- Got support from Piers Morgan and Conservative chancellor Lord Lawson
An overwhelming public response to the launch of The Mail On Sunday’s campaign against Britain frittering away billions of pounds on foreign aid has taken the number of signatories demanding a debate in Parliament past the crucial target of 100,000 – astonishingly in less than 24 hours.
With this number of people having signed our official petition, a call to rethink the law requiring Britain to spend a fixed percentage of its national wealth on aid must now be considered for discussion in the Commons.
Former Tory Chancellor Lord Lawson and Event columnist Piers Morgan are among those who have added their voices to the incredible groundswell of support for the campaign, which has drawn an amazing 150 signatories a minute.
It comes after a Mail on Sunday investigation revealed the shocking ways in which the money was spent, including on this £8million palace built by Palestine, which has received £72million of foreign aid
Amjad Awad (pictured) and his cousin Hakim Awad killed Ehud and Ruth Fogel and their three children in their West Bank home in 2011. They have been getting foreign aid since they were convicted for life
Cash for jobs that don’t exist: Civil servants in Gaza are funded by western aid, who queue at cashpoints on payday (pictured), even though they haven’t had jobs since 2007