Now the British Government is Negotiating Payments with Mau Mau


The British government is negotiating payments to thousands of Kenyans who were detained and severely mistreated during the 1950sMau Mau insurgency in what would be the first compensation settlement resulting from official crimes committed under imperial rule.
In a development that could pave the way for many other claims from around the world, government lawyers embarked upon the historic talks after suffering a series of defeats in their attempts to prevent elderly survivors of the prison camps from seeking redress through the British courts.

Written by Robert

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