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The names of murderers and serial killers who are suing for compensation are being kept secret to protect their privacy.
The Ministry of Justice says it would be unfair to reveal the criminals' identities and claimed doing so could violate their human rights and break data protection laws.
Officials said they would not answer any questions about killers including Moors murderer Ian Brady and Suffolk strangler Steve Wright after they were sent a Freedom of Information request by the Daily Mirror.Last year £334, 319 was paid out to prisoners in compensation - including payouts of tens of thousands of pounds to those who were too hot or too cold.The Ministry of Justice would not say how many claims were made by 35 notorious prisoners currently serving life sentences, also including multiple murderer Donald Neilson.Toby Head of the Mo J's Operational Litigation Unit, said it would be inappropriate to give out the level of detail because it was personal.The Mo J said: 'Like all citizens it is open to prisoners, staff and third parties to pursue civil litigation claims for any perceived wrongdoing.'Each litigation case is dealt with on its merits and, so far as the evidence allows, all claims are robustly defended.' Significant previous compensation payouts to prisoners include the £1.4million awarded to Ellis Sherwood because prison officers failed to stop him becoming a drug addict after he was wrongly jailed for murder.