HC Deb 13 December 1922 vol 159 c2906
2. Lieut.-Colonel DALRYMPLE WHITE

asked the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether the Egyptian Government has yet paid any compensation to Colonel Piggott, of the Army Pay Corps, or to Mr. Brown, of the Egyptian Ministry of Agriculture, for the murderous attacks made upon them?


The two cases are not strictly analogous. That of Colonel Piggott is being dealt with by the military authorities in Egypt, whereas that of Mr. Brown has been taken up by Lord Allenby with the Egyptian Government. So far as I am aware, no compensation has yet been paid in either case by the Egyptian Government.

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