Andrew Mitchell Quotes

Climate change is having a dramatic effect on the ground.... - Andrew Mitchell

Climate change is having a dramatic effect on the ground.
— Andrew Mitchell

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I have apologised to the police.

Andrew Mitchell

In India there are more poor people in three states... than there are in the whole of sub-Saharan Africa.

Andrew Mitchell

It is conflict overall that mires people in poverty. That is the first law of development.

Andrew Mitchell

It is vital that the entire international system is ready to meet the challenges of future disasters.

Andrew Mitchell

Libyans have to work together for a new Libya. They should keep in place the sinews of security.

Andrew Mitchell

My argument is that charity does indeed start at home, but it doesn't stop there.

Andrew Mitchell

My top priority will be to secure maximum value for money in aid through greater transparency, rigorous independent evaluation and an unremitting focus on results.

Andrew Mitchell

Tackling deprivation around the world is a moral imperative and firmly in Britain's national interest.

Andrew Mitchell

The UK public have repeatedly shown enormous generosity to those in need.

Andrew Mitchell

There is a legitimate role for development education in the UK, but I do not believe these projects give the taxpayer value for money.

Andrew Mitchell

There's nothing to be said for opposition. You can only talk about things and you can lay your plans. You can't actually achieve very much; you have to be in government for that.

Andrew Mitchell

You can see how an increase in the water level would wipe out hundreds of thousands of people's homes.

Andrew Mitchell

All of Britain's aid is spent in Britain's national interests, and some of it contributes to Britain's national security as well.

Andrew Mitchell

Britain is doing brilliant things around the world and that is why I described as a 'superpower on development.'

Andrew Mitchell

Britain, today, educates 4.8 million primary school children in Britain. And we educate five million primary school children around the developing world, at a cost of 2.5 per cent of what we spend on British children.

Andrew Mitchell

Climate change is having a dramatic effect on the ground.

Andrew Mitchell