Match the size of EU funds in each nation via the UK Shared Proposeity Fund
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Conservative Party Manifesto 2019, p.44
The UK Shared Prosperity Fund will be used to bind together the whole of the United Kingdom, tackling inequality and deprivation in each of our four nations. It will replace the overly bureaucratic EU Structural Funds – and not only be better targeted at the UK’s specific needs, but at a minimum match the size of those funds in each nation.
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