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The Department for Business is still demanding money from the Egyptian government to pay for loans made to ex-dictator Mubarak to allow him to buy arms.
The Deputy Prime Minister has pledged £5 million to help the Egyptian economy, but failed to mention the country's existing debt to the UK, inherited from Mubarak.
The Liberal Democrats have been accused of inconsistency after declaring their support for the Arab Spring.
European Union leaders have been urged to deliver “debt justice” as they prepare for an emergency summit on the economic crisis.
Jubilee Debt Campaign heralds a success, as the European Parliament says export credits should be guided by environment and development safeguards.
On 6 April 2011 the International Monetary Fund is meeting in Washington DC to discuss for the first time how to spend a $3 billion windfall from selling gold and lending more money since the financial crisis.
Climate change activists have formed a ‘chain gang’ outside the HQ of the World Bank Group to demand an end to fossil fuel investments.
Jubilee Debt Campaign has joined with 27 other British organisations to analyse the outcomes of the 2010 summit on realising the Millenium Development Goals.
New figures revealed by the Jubilee Debt Campaign show that up to 90 per cent of Sudanese debt owed to the UK made up to interest.
As Trade Minister Stephen Green embarks on a tour to promote UK exports, Jubilee Debt Campaign warns that Britain’s export support body is not up to the job.