The wife of the last victim of the Clutha tragedy has settled a compensation claim with helicopter bosses.

Margaret McClemont’s husband Joe Cusker, 59, lost his life 13 days after the crash which killed ten others.

Her lawyers have now agreed an out of court settlement with helicopter operators Babcock.

A spokesman for Thompson solicitors, who acted for Joe’s family, said: “The case has now been concluded to the satisfaction of our clients.”

The amount paid out to Margaret, 62, of Blantyre is unknown.

John McGarrigle, 42, who lost his father John snr in the tragedy four years ago, also recently received a sum.

His lawyer said Babcock tried to block the claim by arguing the father and son did not have a close relationship.

But they reached an out-of-court settlement last month and Mr McGarrigle is believed to have received a five-figure sum.

Babcock, which owns the police helicopter operator Bond Air Services, said it would not comment on individual cases.

He said: "Their payment was their way of acknowledging that me and my dad had a loving relationship - and that was the big thing for me."

David Traill, PC Kirsty Nelis, PC Tony Collins, Gary Arthur, Samuel McGhee, Colin Gibson, Robert Jenkins, Mark O'Prey, John McGarrigle, Joe Cusker died and 32 were hurt when a police helicopter crashed into the roof of the Glasgow pub on 29 November 2013.

An investigation found that fuel transfer switches were turned off but it could not answer why the pilot did not land or send a distress call.