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Victim Compensation

Asked if the Prime Minister regretted that these reforms would not bring any extra benefits to benefits of the bombings in July, the PMOS said that in terms of the victims of 7/7 we accepted that the experience up until now had fed into this consultation document. It was reassuring to know that they would be receiving compensation from the Mayor’s fund to which the Government had contributed a large amount of money. It was only fair to point that out. He did not however want to get into any comparisons involving the amount of money going to individuals arising out of one atrocity compared to another and so forth.

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