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Infected Blood Inquiry Terms of Reference Announcement 6pm Today

David Lidington, Minister for the Cabinet Office, is to make a statement in the House of Commons today on the Infected Blood Inquiry and is expected to announce the Terms of Reference.

The statement is expected to start at 6pm following the Prime Minister’s statement on the European Council meeting in June.

Watch live on Parliament TV from 6.00pm: statement on infected blood inquiry.

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At the weekend The Sunday Times in Scotland covered the build-up to the Terms of Reference announcement.

All those affected in Scotland including,

  • infected people
  • partners and widow(er)s
  • children, and
  • parents

have been invited to register, free of charge, with Thompson’s Solicitors Scotland for full information about the Inquiry and/or assistance with applying for Core Participant status.  To register please visit,

www.contaminatedbloodregister.co.uk

We’d also be very pleased to see affected people at our joint campaign meeting with the Scottish Infected Blood Forum at the Mercure City Hotel Glasgow on Sat 14th July from 11:30am.  The meeting will discuss both the Clinical Review Report and the Infected Blood Inquiry Terms of Reference.  A light lunch will be provided.

Register for the campaign meeting

Mercure City Hotel Glasgow

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