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The trouble with the United Nations’s fringe organisations

1 January 2024

5:00 PM

1 January 2024

5:00 PM

A new year is a good time for nations, like families, to review the institutions they support. For 2024 I have a suggestion for the UK: it could do worse than standing back and considering hard how it should deal in future with the United Nations and its offshoots.

We’re not talking here about leaving the UN as a whole.

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