Libor Funding to D Day Revisited

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Dear Her Majesty's Treasury,

With regards to this announcement:

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/libor...

On the 12th of July 2016, a news story titled “ LIBOR fines to be used to support military charities and Royal Voluntary Service” was published on the Gov.uk website

A quote from that story;
“The Royal British Legion and D-Day Revisited charities’ organised annual returns to Normandy will be supported with funding of £2.25 million. With the 75th anniversary of D-Day in 2018, the award will help veterans make both group and individual visits to remember their own contribution to this country’s freedom and remember those that died.”

Can you please confirm:

1. What was the allocation of funding to The Royal British Legion (RBL) and D-Day Revisited charities’ from the £2.25 million funding announced on 12th July 2016 .

2. If discussions took place between HM Treasury and the ‘D Day Revisited Society’, registered charity number 1129753 on 22 March 2015 with regards to LIBOR Funds.

3. If an agreement was reached following discussions with the ' D Day Revisited Society' on 22 March 2015 to appoint ‘D-Day Revisited Society’ to manage part of the LIBOR Fund.

4. If the following payments were made to ‘D Day Revisited Society ‘ and if so under what agreement;

£150,000 on 27 April 2015
£50,000 on June 2015
£120,000 on 2 November 2015

5. If the following payments were made to ‘D Day Revisited Society ‘ and if so under what agreement;

£300,000 on 24 March 2016
£50,000 on 1st July 2016
£20,000 on 28th September 2016

6. If ‘D-Day Revisited’ submitted its own applications for LIBOR funding on behalf of veterans in 2015 and 2016 and what was the value of these submissions.

Yours faithfully,

Mr Thomasson

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