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Peter Lilley - Why isn't poverty history (after $1 trillion of aid)?

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Peter Lilley served as both Secretary of State for Trade and Industry and Secretary of State for Social Security in John Major’s Government. A graduate of Clare, he is the Member of Parliament for Hitchin & Harpenden was recently appointed Chairman of the Conservative Party’s Globalisation and Global Poverty policy group.

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