A FRESH foreign aid row erupted yesterday after it emerged that Britain was paying for anti-smoking classes in some of world’s most corrupt countries.
The money will go to countries where political unrest is rife as part of the foreign aid budget.
Those set to receive the antismoking cash include Cambodia, Chad, Colombia, Egypt, El Salvador, Georgia, Jordan, Madagascar, Myanmar [Burma], Nepal, Samoa, Sierra Leone, Cabo Verde, Sri Lanka and Zambia.
The scheme sparked fury with Ukip leader Paul Nuttall saying: “Our NHS needs a…
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