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HMV administrators Deloitte today confirmed that all proceeds from the sale of 'He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother' will go to the Hillsborough families' fight for justice.
Liverpool Walton MP Steve Rotheram contacted the administrators last Friday to ensure all money made from the sale of the charity single would go to the families.
After weeks of campaigning and promoting, The Justice Collective's cover of the Hollies' classic edged tough competition, including X Factor winner James Arthur, to clinch the Christmas No.1 spot.
And today it was announced that money raised through sales of the track at the entertainment firm would be safeguarded.
Joint administrator Nick Edwards said: "I can confirm that all money raised by HMV for various charities will be paid in full."
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