Simon Richards, Chief Executive of The Freedom Association, and I had dinner last week with one of our Council members, Baroness (Caroline) Cox. During the course of our conversation, we discussed her recent visit to Sudan on behalf of the charity she founded, the Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust (HART).
The Department for International Development (DfID) spends £50 million a year of taxpayers' money in Sudan, so we all have an interest in how our money is spent.
Caroline visited the Blue Nile region of Sudan and the report of her visit doesn't make for very good reading.Read more
The Freedom Association welcomes the appointment of Penny Mordaunt as the new International Development Secretary
Responding to the news of Penny Mordaunt's appointment as the new Secretary of State for International Development, Simon Richards, Chief Executive of The Freedom Association, said:
Read more"Whilst I was sad to see Priti Patel leave the cabinet, I am delighted that Penny Mordaunt has replaced her.