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Research funding
Osborne joins Bill Gates in bid to eradicate malaria
As part of this week's Spending Review, Chancellor George Osborne has announced a partnership between the UK Government and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to set up a new £1 billion fund to tackle infectious diseases, including malaria. The Ross Fund will draw on the UK's foreign aid budget to support research into new drugs targeting diseases with "epidemic potential" such as Ebola.

Independent on Sunday      - 22 November 2015 p.11
McDonnell commits Labour to 3% research spending target
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has outlined his party's commitments to research, which include a long-term investment plan and an increase in research spend to three per cent of GDP, in a speech at Imperial College last week.

Research Fortnight    Issue.468  - 25 November 2015 p.3
Scientists welcome real terms protection of £4.7bn budget
Scientists have welcomed George Osborne's announcement in this week's Spending Review that the UK's science budget will be protected in real terms for the rest of the parliament. The Chancellor also announced the creation of a £1.5 billion Global Challenges Fund within the science budget, to help tackle some of the biggest challenges facing developing countries around the world.

Financial Times      - 26 November 2015 p.10
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