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The Haemophilia Society urges Cabinet Office Minister David Lidington to boost funding to the Infected Blood Inquiry or risk failing the scandal’s victims

The Haemophilia Society urges Cabinet Office Minister David Lidington to boost funding to the Infected Blood Inquiry or risk failing the scandal’s victims. In a letter to Mr Lidington which we are publishing today, Clive Smith, Chair of Trustees of The Haemophilia Society, warns that the long-awaited Inquiry could be compromised if more funding is […]

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Newsletter 5 – 4 January

Invite to Feedback on Support Schemes We would like to gather your thoughts and opinions on the current support schemes in the UK. We, alongside other groups, have been invited to engage with Health Minister Jackie Doyle-Price at the end of January to examine the issues around the current arrangements. We would like to invite […]

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Invite to Feedback on Support Schemes

We would like to gather your thoughts and opinions on the current support schemes in the UK. We, alongside other groups, have been invited to engage with Health Minister Jackie Doyle-Price at the end of January to examine the issues around the current arrangements. We would like to invite you to take a short survey […]

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Updates from The Inquiry team

The Inquiry has just issued its first newsletter you can read it here https://www.infectedbloodinquiry.org.uk/sites/default/files/IBI-Newsletter-Dec.pdf The Inquiry team has also just released the dates of meetings it will be holding for people who have been infected and/or affected. The dates and locations are below. To attend please register with the Inquiry directly.  https://www.infectedbloodinquiry.org.uk/local-meetings-inquiry-team Nottingham – 29 January […]

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Invitation to engage with Health Minister Jackie Doyle-Price

We, along with several other members of the contaminated blood community have been invited to engage with Health Minister Jackie Doyle-Price to examine the issues we have around the current arrangements for financial support in the UK. This meeting is the result of the open letter from Sir Brian Langstaff to the Cabinet Office and […]

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Leeds Roadshow, Update.

The venue for The Haemophilia Society’s Roadshow in Leeds on Sunday, 25 November, has been confirmed as the Park Plaza Hotel, Boar Lane, City Square, Leeds, LS1 5NS. The meeting is a chance for members to hear what has happened at the Public Inquiry so far and what is happening in the future as well […]

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Society welcomes Chair of the Infected Blood Public Inquiry’s call for ‘decisive action’

The Haemophilia Society have welcomed the publications of the letter from the Chair of the Infected Blood Public Inquiry, Sir Brian Langstaff, to Cabinet Office Minster, David Lidington, calling for ‘decisive action’ on the issues of financial and psychological support for victims of the Infected Blood scandal. https://bit.ly/2Ep3Wb2 Sir Brian’s call echoes the letter sent […]

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