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Northern Ireland Affairs Committee
This inquiry was launched on Friday 24 July 2015.
The Northern Ireland Affairs Committee launches an inquiry into the role of the UK Government in seeking compensation for the victims of IRA attacks made possible by the provision of Semtex and other weapons by the former Gaddafi regime. For a number of years, UK victims have fought for compensation from the Libyan authorities.
Evidence given by Charles Arbuthnot, Susanne Dodd, Mina Jadeja and Pamela White.
Evidence given by Matthew Jury and Jason McCue, McCue and Partners; William Frazer and Barrie Halliday, Families Acting for Innocent Relatives, and Jonathan Ganesh, Docklands Victims Association (at 10.15am); Kenny Donaldson and Aileen Quinton, Innocent Victims United (at 10.45am).
Northern Ireland Affairs Committee hold further evidence on support for victims of attacks using Gaddafi-supplied arms