VET CASH 'VANISHES' Scandal of ‘wasted’ public money meant to help veterans given to charities that did nothing with it

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MILLIONS of pounds of public cash designated to help war veterans has disappeared into unknown charities.

The firms receiving the money have delivered little or nothing, promoted unproven “voodoo” therapies or vanished.
Senior figures in the charity world, armed forces and the medical professions are now calling for a probe into the “scandal” of the £25m Libor fund.
The pot was set up by then chancellor George Osborne to support veterans from the proceeds of fines levied on banks for rigging the Libor lending rate.
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