Since the lottery funding began 20 years ago, Bradford has recieved a total of £157M.
Bradford up to November 2014 had contibuted £34.6M to the National Lottery Arts Council, yet only recieved £18.7M back (14th highest deficit in the country), while Leeds contributed £49.8M, but got £75.3M back (£25.5M more than they should've got).
Now just 4 boroughs in London alone (Westminister, Lambeth, Camden and Islington) got a massive £830.9M more than they contributed!
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