The UK spent a third of its international aid budget on refugees in the UK – what it’s paying for, and why it’s a problem

A refugee camp in Beqaa, Lebanon

A blog post by Mike Collyer, Professor at the University of Sussex and a member of the Protracted Displacement Economies team, on an increasingly portion of the UK’s international aid budget being spent on refugees in the UK rather than on displaced people overseas was published by The Conversation on 3 April 2023. The post can be read here.