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A British scheme to return money belonging to victims of the Nazis has paid out more than £21m, or 10 times its budget, BBC News has learned.
The Enemy Property Claims Assessment panel (Epcap) was set up to help people who lived in enemy countries and whose British bank accounts were frozen.
After the war, assets confiscated from affected countries were shared out among British people whose own assets had been confiscated by the enemy countries.
compensate the families of Holocaust victims
reparations paid by UK taxpayers