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Northern Ireland

Volume 885: debated on Wednesday 5 February 1975

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asked the Secretary of State for Defence what were the individual amounts in the eight cases where compensation has been paid for damage caused by interrogation in depth in Northern Ireland; and by what means and in what House of Commons documents parliamentary authority has been or will be sought for each payment.

Individual amounts paid as compensation in connection with interrogation in depth in Northern Ireland are as follows:

Mr. J. P. Auld16,000
Mr. J. Clarke12,500
Mr. M. J. Donnelly11,250
Mr. P. McClean14,000
Mr. G. McKerr10,000
Mr. P. McNally11,250
Mr. M. J. Montgomery500
Mr. P. Shivers15,000
All payments arising from judicial proceedings are included within departmental funds voted by Parliament. Such payments are not presented individually to Parliament.