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Exceptional circumstances: What support is there for victims of overseas terrorist attacks?

British victims of overseas terror, already experiencing loss and horror, can return home only to be “let down” by the government. Andrew Staniforth outlines victim compensation schemes, developed in response to overseas and home terrorist attacks, and highlights the issues preventing victims from receiving proper support.

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