Infected blood inquiry: Doctor's 1983 Aids statement 'unfortunate'

Dr Anthony Napier said there was no link between Aids and blood transfusions in a newspaper article. Source link

David Fuller: Independent inquiry announced into mortuary abuse

The inquiry comes after David Fuller sexually abused the bodies of more than 100 women in hospitals. Source link

Covid inquiry: When will it happen and how does it work?

There have been calls for an independent public inquiry into the UK’s pandemic response to start immediately. Source link

Muckamore Abbey Hospital: Inquiry into alleged patient abuse to begin

The core objectives are defined as “to examine the issue of abuse of patients at Muckamore Abbey Hospital (MAH), to determine why the abuse happened and the range of circumstances that allowed it to happen and ensure that such abuse does not occur again at MAH or any other institution providing similar services in Northern… Continue reading Muckamore Abbey Hospital: Inquiry into alleged patient abuse to begin

Covid: Boris Johnson makes inquiry pledge to bereaved families

Boris Johnson says he will appoint an inquiry chair before Christmas, after meeting a campaign group. Source link

Blood inquiry: Former cabinet minister says Aids advice was "regrettable"

Infected blood scandal survivors have accused ministers of misleading the public in 1983. Source link

Blood inquiry: Former health minister defends blood products advice on Aids

A quote from Ken Clarke, as he was known at that time when he was serving in the government, was used in the press release and said: “It has been suggested that Aids may be transmitted in blood or blood products, there is no conclusive proof that this is so. Nevertheless I can well appreciate… Continue reading Blood inquiry: Former health minister defends blood products advice on Aids

Contaminated-blood inquiry: Former Health Minister Clarke denies responsibility

Lord Clarke is the first senior health minister from the 1980s to testify on the NHS scandal. Source link

Contaminated blood inquiry: Former health minister Clarke to give evidence

The evidence under oath of someone who served as health minister at the time marks a significant moment for survivors and their relatives, who campaigned for years to bring about the inquiry, saying the risks of the blood products were never explained and the scandal was covered up. Source link

Contaminated blood inquiry: The school where dozens of pupils died

Ex-pupils caught up in the infected blood scandal decades ago will give evidence at an inquiry. Source link