HC Deb 22 June 1922 vol 155 cc1491-2
55. Lieut.-Colonel JAMES

asked the Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether the dependents of the British subjects recently assassinated in Cairo have yet been offered compensation and, if so, the amounts offered in each case; and whether those offers have been accepted?


The Egyptian Government have been requested to state the amount of compensation they propose to award in each case of murderous assault upon foreign officials, and His Majesty's Government expect to receive an early reply.