HC Deb 15 December 1958 vol 597 c131W
29. Mr. Lewis

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs whether, in his forthcoming negotiations with the Federal German Government in connection with compensation to British subjects for losses, pain and suffering incurred at the hands of the Nazis, he will do his utmost to ensure that these victims receive compensation and life pensions not less favourable than those now being received in Germany by former Nazis and Nazi Party officials.

Mr. Profumo

My right hon. and learned Friend will of course do his utmost to ensure that the maximum possible compensation is received.