The families of 13 people killed by soldiers in Northern Ireland on Bloody Sunday have been offered £50,000 each in compensation.
Paratroopers opened fire on innocent civil rights marchers in Londonderry in 1972.
Thirteen others seriously injured have also been offered £50,000 each as part of a compensation package from the Ministry of Defence worth about £1.3 million.
Kate Nash, whose brother William was killed, said: “My brother cannot be replaced and all the money in the world won’t bring him back.”
A solicitor for one of the families said the offer was derisory.