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- 20 July 2021
During these hearings the Inquiry will hear from Lord Norman Fowler, Secretary of State for Health and Social Security from 1981 to 1987, there will be Counsel presentations and witness evidence in relation to pharmaceutical companies, and in November and December there will be evidence on the blood services.
The Inquiry will continue to facilitate the participation of…
- 29 September 2020
Registration has now opened for weeks five, six and seven (Tuesday 27 October - Friday 20 November) of the Inquiry’s Haemophilia Clinicians hearings. You can view the up to date timetable here.
- 17 September 2020
The supplementary report examines a number of aspects of the psychosocial impact of infection with HIV, hepatitis C including:
- 15 September 2020
We are asking people to register before Friday 25 September so that we can confirm seats. It would help the team if you could only register for dates that you know you would be free to attend. If you...
- 28 August 2020
The Inquiry is today opening registration for the first three weeks of hearings this autumn.
The witnesses and presentations will relate to haemophilia centres, apart from the first witness who...
- 5 August 2020
Today the Infected Blood Inquiry has published additional material answering further questions for the HIV and hepatitis expert groups.
The reports were first published ahead of expert hearings...
- 9 July 2020
We are grateful to everyone who responded to Sir Brian’s letter to core participants seeking views on the Inquiry’s proposed approach to the autumn hearings. We received a wide range of responses from...
- 11 June 2020
Two further experts have been put forward to join the Infected Blood Inquiry’s psychosocial group to provide expertise on fertility for the group’s supplementary report.
The nominees will provide...
- 2 June 2020
Sir Brian Langstaff calls on new sponsor Minister to cut through problems with psychological and financial support
The Chair of the Infected Blood Inquiry, Sir Brian Langstaff, has replied to the Paymaster General’s confirmation of her appointment as sponsor Minister.
Noting that the Inquiry is a priority for...