Direct government support for UK charities hit by Icelandic banking collapse unlikely

UK charities that lost money in last year’s Icelandic banking collapse are unlikely to receive any financial help from the government, according to a group of affected organizations. A delegation from the Save Our Savings coalition, which represents 30 charities that lost £50 million between them in the debacle, met third sector minister Kevin Brennan early in February.

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