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- 5 October 2023
The most recent edition of the Infected Blood Inquiry newsletter has now been published and you can view this in the link provided below.
If you would like to access past newsletters issued by the Inquiry, they can be found here.
October Newsletter Issue 22
- 5 April 2022
We are opening registration for people who would like to attend the hearings in the weeks beginning 9 May, 16 May and 6 June. You can find the latest timetable here.
We are asking that anyone who...
- 1 April 2022
The timetable has now confirmed most of the witnesses who will be giving evidence at hearings from 10 May to 16 September. The updated timetable is available here.
Over this period the Inquiry...
- 22 March 2022
In his reply Rt Hon Michael Ellis MP, the Paymaster General, says that before publishing the report ‘work must be undertaken within Government to formalise our response, and I can confirm that work is...
- 18 March 2022
We have updated the statement of approach about submissions to answer questions from recognised legal representatives.
The statement of approach provides more information for recognised legal...
- 17 March 2022
The Paymaster General, the Rt Hon Michael Ellis MP, has made a statement about the compensation framework study carried out by Sir Robert Francis.
The statement confirms that the minister had...
- 11 February 2022
The Inquiry has published a supplementary report about palliative care for people with advanced liver disease by Dr Hazel Woodland, Dr Ben Hudson, and Dr Fiona Finlay of the hepatitis expert group....
- 1 February 2022
The Inquiry has published the timetable for hearings in the weeks beginning 21 and 28 February on blood transfusion policy and practice here. Unfortunately, due to the current high levels of...