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VICTIMS OF HISTORICAL INSTITUTIONAL ABUSE SHOULD RECEIVE COMPENSATION, SAYS REPORT

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HUNDREDS of victims of historic child abuse in Northern Ireland should receive a government-funded compensation payout and an official apology, a major inquiry has found.

The Stormont Executive should offer a tax-free lump sum payout to those abused in state, church and charity-run homes in the region between 1922 and 1995, the Historical Institutional Abuse (HIA) inquiry found.

Inquiry chair Sir Anthony Hart said the executive and the organisations that ran homes where abuse occurred should offer a "wholehearted and unconditional"... More

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