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Dear Department for International Development,

Please advise how the £40 million given to Marie Stope International for the purpose of procuring abortions in Africa falls within the criteria of providing Aid.

Yours faithfully,
David Bundy

Department for International Development

Dear Mr Bundy

Thank you for your request for information which we received on 27
February. We are dealing with it under the terms of the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 and will respond to you directly as soon as possible
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Please contact me if you have any queries, quoting reference number
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Yours sincerely

Information Rights Team
Department for International Development

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Dear Mr Bundy,

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Information Rights Team
Department for International Development

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Dear foi,
I was looking for details of the total amount of aid paid out, split into categories such as clean water, food, educational, abortions, environmental improvements etc.

Yours sincerely,

David Bundy

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Dear foi,

I was trying to determine how providing cash to a private organisation to help kill thousands of innocent children could be classed as Aid. It seems similar to the Chinese policy.

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David Bundy

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Dear Department for International Development,

Please answer the question. It is very straightforward. How can you determine that providing £40 to a private company to kill innocent children as aid.

Yours faithfully,

David Bundy

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Dear Department for International Development,
It appears you are in contravention of your responsibilities. Please advise the details of the Ombudsman to whom I should refer your lack of action.

Yours faithfully,

David Bundy

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Information Rights Unit,

Dear David Bundy

Thank you for your FOI request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

We received your request on 1st March. It has been assigned a unique
reference number (above). We aim to respond by Monday, 29th March.

Please note, however, that reprioritisation of resources due to the
COVID-19 crisis, and measures we are required to take to prevent the
spread of the virus, continue to have an impact on our ability to respond
to all requests within the statutory deadline.

We have significantly reduced on-site working which will mean delays to
responses which require access to paper records.

We are endeavouring to process requests as quickly as possible, and
appreciate your patience at this time.

Yours sincerely,

Information Rights Unit

Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office

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Dear Mr Bundy,

Please find attached an interim response to your request, FOI2021/05439,
with a new date that has been changed to 14 April 2021.

Kind Regards

Information Rights Unit

Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office

Information Rights Unit,

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Dear David Bundy,

I am writing in response to your Freedom of Information request
FOI2021/05439, received 1st March. Please find our response attached.

Yours sincerely,

Information Rights Unit

Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office