Government unveils £2.6bn UK Shared Prosperity Fund

By Martin Ford | 13 April 2022

The Scottish and Welsh Governments say they have been short-changed by the UK Shared Prosperity Fund.

England will receive £1.58bn, Scotland £212m, Wales £585m and Northern Ireland £127m over the next three years.

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