#Law Reform
Tony Blair MP
United Kingdom

On July 23rd 2005 Matthew Fulham lost his young life at the hands of a suicide bomber as he ran to help the driver of a vehicle when it crashed through the foyer of the Ghazala Gardens Hotel, Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt. It was the day before his eighteenth birthday.

Since that terrible day no victim of the Egyptian terrorist bombing or those from Bali, Turkey etc. or their families have received any financial compensation from the UK Government.

It cannot be right to be abandoned by your country once you leave its shores. These people are innocent victims of terrorism just like those in London and deserve our compassion and support.

We, the undersigned, petition to seek a change in the Criminal Justice Compensation Scheme of the UK Government to provide compensation and support to British victims of terrorism abroad and petition the insurance companies to remove the Terrorist exclusion clause from their policies.

The T.R.O.M. B.O.N.E.S. The Relatives Of Murdered Britons Overseas Needing Emergency Support petition to Tony Blair MP was written by Lynne Lewis and is in the category Law Reform at GoPetition.