2011
04.12

The Sun
6 April 2011

PM David Cameron sparked a fresh defence row yesterday by splurging £650million he’s saving in Forces cuts on schools in Pakistan.
He pledged the giant sum to pay for 90,000 new teachers and get four million poor Pakistani children into school.

It is the UK’s biggest ever overseas aid education project – but the move sparked fury among Sun readers.

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Sun security adviser and SAS legend Andy McNab warned that corruption in Pakistan would mean some of the aid money being “funnelled to the people laying the bombs and shooting the weapons against British troops in Afghanistan”.