David Davis: ‘These aid cuts are not necessary’

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Former Brexit Secretary David Davis says that he can’t support a that leads to the deaths of tens of thousands of young children.

Mr Davis said that his was confident that rebel MPs could win a vote later, as long as everyone who vote to support them did.

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