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7/7 bombers were given £20,000 funding... by Children in Need

Children in Need inadvertently handed £20,000 to the 7/7 London bombers, it emerged last night.

The BBC charity cash was given to a bookshop run by Mohammed Siddique Khan and Shehzad Tanweer, who spent it on videos glorifying holy war.

It also funded computers, gym equipment and the rafting trip made by the pair a month before their attacks claimed 52 lives.

'We had no idea': Children in Need chief executive David Ramsden ordered an investigation into the £20,000 donation

Relatives of those who died in the 2005 atrocity claim Children in Need was reluctant to ask about how its money was being used for fear of causing offence to Muslims.

David Ramsden, the charity’s chief executive, said last night he was extremely concerned by the claims and had ordered an investigation.


He insisted however that the charity had had no idea the money was being used to fund terro

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Added: Aug-20-2008 
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