Paris attacks not designated as terrorism by UK government – to save money? | Pride’s Purge

A letter has been posted on Facebook revealing the UK Foreign Office has not designated the recent Paris attacks as terrorism – so as to avoid paying out compensation to victims.

Is the UK – apart from ISIS itself – the only state in the world which has not yet decided the Paris attacks were an act of terrorism?

Source: Paris attacks not designated as terrorism by UK government – to save money? | Pride’s Purge

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7 thoughts on “Paris attacks not designated as terrorism by UK government – to save money? | Pride’s Purge

  1. NMac

    The Government used the Paris attacks, which it described as “terrorist attacks” to justify its bombing of Syria. More hypocrisy it seems.

  2. David Woods

    Hey! Cut them some slack.
    They need to make sure there’s enough in the public purse to cover their next round of expense claims!

  3. MoSoup

    Yet 2 of the Brit survivors had personal letters from Cameron a while back describing it as an “horrific terrorist attack”.

  4. MoSoup

    And the young lady in question received this letter as her reply to the completed CICA victim of overseas terrorism form as per her letter from David Cameron.

  5. Ian Mc

    So there is a delay here, about time they sorted that. But it is not that Hammond has decided it was not a terrorist attack, it is just that he has been busy/on holiday since.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      What about the fact that Cameron has long since labelled it as terrorism?
      And are you seriously asking us to believe the Conservative Government has been otherwise occupied with more important things than the Friday 13th attack for more than two months? If so, seek medical help.

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