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Compensation debate rages a year after London bombings

A year after the July 7 attacks in London, controversy over how much compensation survivors and bereaved families will receive continues, despite millions of pounds having being paid out. Of the two main schemes making payments — the government-administered Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) and the London Bombings Relief Charitable Fund (LBRCF) — the state-run body has come in for the most flak. Full Story

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