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Tata is a huge Indian company. In the UK they are best known for the Tetley tea brand, owning Jaguar and Land Rover, and investments in the steel industry.
Aung Marm Oo is a journalist currently in hiding from Burma’s notorious Special Branch police, fearing arrest and up to five years in jail. He has been in hiding since 1 May 2019.
The annual British aid budget for Burma is almost £90 million a year, but not enough of it is reaching people from ethnic minorities who have fled attacks by the Burmese military.
International donors have cut aid to 9,000 displaced villagers from Shan and Karen States.
They fled their farms and villages following attacks by the Burmese Army, and now most live in jungle and mountain camps in Burma, forced to rely on international aid. Some have lived there for ten years or more.
Denial of Rohingya identity is part of the genocide against them.
French energy giant EDF is involved in a dam project in Burma which local people say will threaten lives, prolong conflict and threaten the peace process in the country.