Infected Blood Inquiry

The Inquiry will examine why men, women and children in the UK were given infected blood and/or infected blood products; the impact on their families; how the authorities (including government) responded; the nature of any support provided following infection; questions of consent; and whether there was a cover-up.

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If you’ve been affected or have any information we want to hear from you. 

Please get in touch with the Inquiry and talk to us.

Confidential psychological support from the Red Cross is available on 0800 458 9473

What's the latest news from the Inquiry?
  • 18 February 2020

    Newsletter

    The most recent edition of the Infected Blood Inquiry newsletter has now been published. This is designed to provide a short update on the work of the Inquiry. 

    You can view the newsletter below.

    If you would like to access past newsletters issued by the Inquiry, they can be found here.

    Documents

    February Newsletter Issue 8

     

  • 12 February 2020

    Timetable and factsheet for expert hearings

    We have published the timetable and factsheet to provide information for those attending the hearings in London on 24-28 February.

     

    Timetable for expert hearings 24 - 28 February 2020

    Factsheet for expert hearings

  • 4 February 2020

    Expert reports published

    We have today (4 February 2020) published four reports written by the Inquiry’s expert groups on: the psychosocial impact of infection with HIV, hepatitis C and other viruses; on hepatitis; on HIV; and on bleeding and blood disorders. The Inquiry Chair, Sir Brian Langstaff, appointed experts as leaders in their various fields to provide independent expertise in a way that is transparent, and…

Events
  • Expert Hearing

    Wednesday 26 February - Clinical experts on hepatitis

    The Inquiry will be holding hearings at London, Fleetbank House in February to hear evidence from some of its appointed expert groups.

    The expert hearings will help place what we have already heard in a wider context and set the scene for later hearings which will examine the knowledge, decisions, actions and omissions of relevant decision-makers. You can find out…

  • Expert Hearing

    Thursday 27 February - Clinical experts on HIV

    The Inquiry will be holding hearings at London, Fleetbank House in February to hear evidence from some of its appointed expert groups.

    The expert hearings will help place what we have already heard in a wider context and set the scene for later hearings which will examine the knowledge, decisions, actions and omissions of relevant decision-makers. You can find out more…

  • Expert Hearing

    Friday 28 February - Clinical experts on haemophilia/other blood and bleeding disorders/primary immunodeficiencies

    The Inquiry will be holding hearings at London, Fleetbank House in February to hear evidence from some of its appointed expert groups.

    The expert hearings will help place what we have already heard in a wider context and set the scene for later hearings which will examine the knowledge, decisions, actions and omissions of relevant decision-makers. You can find out more…