The Disasters Emergency Committee said the public's generosity to its Philippines typhoon appeal "is yet again surpassing all expectations".
DEC chief executive Saleh Saeed said: "The aid agencies represented by the Disasters Emergency Committee never take such kindness for granted but this shows that when people are really suffering, the UK responds.
“It is increasingly obvious that the need is huge and we and the people being helped are very grateful for all the support.
"DEC agencies are already using the money donated to good effect. They are in affected areas delivering vital aid including food, water and very importantly sanitation supplies”.
The few surviving residents of a Philippine community devastated by Typhoon Haiyan tell ITV News their home is already a "ghost town".
An RAF plane has left the UK for the Philippines to help with the relief effort following the devastation caused by Typhoon Haiyan.
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