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Will a general election affect compensation payments?

Today’s announcement by Prime Minister Rishi Sunak that a general election will take place on…
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Compensation figures unveiled

The government has set out how much compensation people infected and affected by the contaminated…
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Statement to our members about the Infected Blood Inquiry’s findings

Our Chief Executive, Kate Burt, and the Board of Trustees have written to every member…
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Infected Blood Inquiry finds multiple failures

The Infected Blood Inquiry’s final report vindicates the long-held beliefs of survivors of the contaminated…
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Positive meeting with Infected Blood Inquiry minister

Today representatives from the Haemophilia Society met with John Glen MP, the minister with responsibility…
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Timetable for compensation scheme accepted by government

The government has accepted a three-month time frame for setting up a compensation scheme and…
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Compensation updates

We want to bring you up to date with a few developments relating to compensation,…
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Webinars and inquiry support

We are hosting two events to support people attending the publication of the Infected Blood…
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Government sets out plans for compensation scheme

The government has announced it is ‘absolutely committed’ to paying compensation to people infected and…
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Statement on meetings with John Glen, the minister with responsibility for the Infected Blood Inquiry

Last month, Penny Mordaunt, Leader of the House, told MPs that John Glen, the minister…
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Compensation: A year of government inaction

One year ago today, the Infected Blood Inquiry released its Second Interim Report which called…
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Letter raises concerns over minister’s ‘tour’

The chairs of three haemophilia societies have told the minister with responsibility for the Infected…
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