Britain pledges £475m to stop migrants crossing Med

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Britain pledges £475m to stop migrants crossing Med

"Britain is to spend almost half a billion pounds to stem the flow of migrants across the Mediterranean. Ministers will announce £275 million of funding today to help Turkish officials deal with hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees over the next two years, as a two-day global summit on the crisis closes in Malta. At a working dinner in Valletta last night, David Cameron also pledged to use £200 million of British aid money to help African countries tackle migration."

 

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  • Jones, Callum. "Britain pledges £475m to stop migrants crossing Med", The Times, November 12, 2015.
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