Chancellor announces £15m fund for women’s charities and £25m Libor fine awards

Chancellor announces £15m fund for women’s charities and £25m Libor fine awards

25 Nov 2015 | Hugh Radojev

George Osborne has announced a £15m fund for women’s charities and outlined further awards from Libor fines to various military charities in his Spending Review and Autumn Statement.


Chancellor announces £15m fund for women’s charities and £25m Libor fine awards

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