Mr Ainsworth is at the centre of a political row after announcing last week that he would urgently review compensation paid out to wounded members of the Armed Forces.
It comes amid deep criticism of the paltry sums paid to the growing number of casualties who risked their lives in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The Ministry of Defence has pursued court action to recover sums it believes were overpaid two wounded men, one who was left crippled after being shot in Iraq.
It is awaiting a judge's ruling in October to withdraw money awarded to Cpl Anthony Duncan, who may need lifelong care, and Royal Marine Matthew Mc Williams who broke his leg during a training exercise.
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