Youth projects to share £17m seized from criminals

Adam Offord
Thursday, November 17, 2016

Youth projects in Scotland are to share £17m that has been seized from criminals to support disadvantaged young people, it has been announced.

The National Autistic Society will use some of the funding to help young people with autism into work. Picture: Scottish government/National Autistic Society
The National Autistic Society will use some of the funding to help young people with autism into work. Picture: Scottish government/National Autistic Society

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