Policy Posts

MOT due dates extended by six months

MOT due dates for cars, motorcycles and light vans are to be extended by six…
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DWP suspends benefit reviews and reassessments

Reviews and reassessments for disability benefits are being suspended for the next three months as…
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Letter from the APPG to Amber Rudd

Letter signed by members of the Haemophilia and Contaminated Blood APPG to Amber Rudd, Secretary…
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APPG holds evidence sessions in Parliament

Over the course of the last six weeks, the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Haemophilia…
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Initial Diagnosis Report Launched

Early this year The Haemophilia Society began a project to understand the experiences of families…
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Announcement from NHSE on Inhibitor Treatment

NHSE has announced that Emicizumab (marketed as Hemlibra) can be provided to Haemophilia A patients with…
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DWP Reviewing PIP Applications from People with Bleeding Disorders

In October 2017, the Department for Work and Pensions set up a working group with…
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World Haemophilia Day 2018

Welcome to World Haemophilia Day Today is World Haemophilia Day. It is a day where…
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The Haemophilia Society contributes to Health Select Committee Brexit report

The Health and Social Care Committee in the House of Commons today published its latest…
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PRESS STATEMENT ON THE CONTAMINATED BLOOD INQUIRY, 3.11.17

PRESS STATEMENT ON THE CONTAMINATED BLOOD INQUIRY, 3.11.17: Diana Johnson MP, Co-Chair of the All-Party…
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Statement from The Haemophilia Society regarding today’s Public Inquiry announcement

We welcome the Government’s recognition of our concerns about the impartiality challenges the Department of…
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“Clear Conflict of Interest” in DH Involvement in Contaminated Blood Inquiry

Liz Carroll, Chief Executive of the Haemophilia Society has written to the Prime Minister setting…
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