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It is understood that the UK is set to get just over €30 million – a sum lower in Euro terms than the country’s €40 million allocation from a separate, but similar, EU aid package last September. The UK Government will be able to ‘top-up’ this money by up to 100 per cent, using treasury funding if it chooses to do so.
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