Scottish charities to get cash seized from bank

Good causes in Scotland are in line for a share of a £50 million pot of cash claimed from unused bank accounts.
The Westminster government’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) announced that the money will be distributed through the Big Lottery Fund.
It is part of £330m seized from accounts which have not been active for 15 years.
DCMS said £50m of this will be spend in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, with the rest (£280m) will go to England.

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