Anger mounts over corruption in recession-hit Spain
Anger over a long list of corruption scandals implicating bankers, politicians and even members of the royal family is on the rise in recession-hit Spain, putting the spotlight on the failure of the country's democracy to tackle the issue.
U.K. lawmakers have given a stern warning to the country’s aid agency: Don’t rush into spending money just to meet annual spending targets, or else you may fail at your pledge to improve value for money.
UK International Development Committee concerned about post-2015 process
The ongoing process to craft a post-2015 global development agenda should be more transparent – otherwise, world leaders may not want to sign on, a panel of British parliamentarians worries in a report published Tuesday that also identified job creation as the most important goal for the coming years.