Victims of alleged abuse at St William’s made to wait longer for compensation

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VICTIMS of alleged abuse at St William’s Home for Boys in Market Weighton will have to a wait a while longer for compensation.

More than 170 men are seeking pay-outs for abuse they claim to have suffered at the home between the 1960s and 1990s.

Following a two-day hearing on Monday and Tuesday, the Supreme Court in London has reserved judgement about who is responsible for paying compensation, with a ruling expected to be made in the autumn.

See Thursday’s Post for the full story.