David Hanson hardly ever rebelled against their party in this parliament
I thank the Minister for his helpful explanation. It is right that we do not pay ransoms and that insurance companies are not allowed to do so. The Bill proposes to make it illegal to make payments on ransom insurance policies, and that is an argument I support and do not wish to argue against this evening. However, I do want to ask him a couple of questions. Will the Minister tell the...
If he will undertake a review of the enforcement of compensation orders agreed by the courts.
In the past five years on average only about 42% of compensation orders awarded to victims by the courts have been paid by the perpetrators of those crimes to those victims. Does the Minister think it is right that victims are victims of the crime and then victims because they are not paid compensation by perpetrators? What will he do to improve the situation?
Labour MP for Delyn
Entered House of Commons on 9 April 1992 — General election
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