8th February 2018

Chairperson announced for UK-wide Public Inquiry

Sir Brian Langstaff, a High Court judge in England, has just been announced as the Chair of the contaminated blood inquiry. His formal tenure will begin […]
9th January 2018

David Lidington replaces Damian Green as Cabinet Secretary in charge of setting up Public Inquiry

David Lidington replaces Damain Green to become Cabinet Office minister and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. This means he replaces Damian Green as the government’s […]
13th December 2017

SIBF discussions with Damian Green MP, Minister for the Cabinet Office

SIBF took part in a meeting with Damian Green, the First Secretary of State and Minister for the Cabinet Office, on Tuesday 12th of December. This […]
4th November 2017

APPG position on the Public Inquiry

The APPG for Haemophilia and Contaminated Blood approached SIBF, Haemophilia Scotland and others, for their contributions towards a common approach and response to Government on the […]
3rd November 2017

SIBF Response to Prime Minister’s statement on the Contaminated Blood Public Inquiry

The trustees of the Scottish Infected Blood Forum welcome the Prime Minister’s statement issued today. We are pleased that Mrs May has listened to the concerns […]
3rd November 2017

Cabinet Office takes over responsibility for UK-wide Contaminated Blood Inquiry; UK Government Commits to a Statutory Inquiry

The UK Government has made a further announcement regarding the UK-wide public inquiry into contaminstqaed blood. The Prime Minister’s official spokesman told a Westminster briefing today: […]