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South African Embassy

Volume 131: debated on Friday 15 April 1988

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To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what sums were paid to his Department in compensation for damage to the South African embassy following the conviction of Mr. Adam Bowles and two associates of offences during an antiapartheid demonstration.

Mr. Adam Bowles was sentenced at Southwark crown court on 23 March to 14 days' imprisonment. His two associates were conditionally discharged and ordered to pay £250 each compensation for damage, the payment to be made within 60 days. No payment has yet been made.