Dear Charity Commission for England and Wales,
How much money was stolen from the Poppy Appeal last year? (2009)
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Dear Mr James
Our Ref: SM/313726/AFSET
Thank you for your email of 18th November 2010.
You have asked how much money was stolen from the Poppy Appeal in 2009.
This is not information which the Charity Commission holds. You may wish
to contact The Royal British Legion direct with your query.
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