U.K.: London Mayor ordered to meet warehouse damage compensation claims

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Three appeal judges have ordered London's Mayor Boris Johnson to meet nearly 75 million ($126.1 million) in compensation claims for the destruction of a Sony warehouse, The Guardian reported. Read more

The warehouse was damaged during the riots in London in August 2011. A previous ruling said insurers could claim compensation from the mayor. Insurers had claimed more than 62.8 million. The appeal judges said the mayor should also compensate for consequential losses, which total 11.4 million.

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