Brown makes 'U-Turn' on Libya and IRA fear, opposition says

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown declared Sunday that his government will support IRA victims in seeking recompense from Libya, in a move conservatives called a "U-turn" from his earlier position.

"I very much care about what has happened to those people who have been victims of IRA terrorism," Brown said at a Sunday news consultation in Germany.

"We will appoint devoted officers in the Foreign Office and our embassy in Tripoli [who] will accompany the families' representatives to meetings with the Libyan government to negotiate recompense," he added. "And the first of these meetings is being held in the next few weeks."

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