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Government sued by criminals

News in Brief: Saturday, April 10th, 2004

The Home Secretary David Blunkett this week cancelled his appeal for permission to charge prison accommodation costs to all those who have been wrongly convicted. The plan failed due to an influx of expense claims filed against the government by uncaptured criminals. Bernard Fairbrow, of Armley, Leeds, committed an armed robbery of a local video shop in 2002 but was never identified. “The way I sees it, Blunkett owes me 2 years of living costs that I otherwise would have not incurred had I been pinched.” The claims vary from around £3000 per year up to a £50,000 lump sum that one glue sniffer demands based on the fact that his life insurance would have paid out as he most likely would have killed himself in prison.

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