12th April 2016

“Everyone affected by the tragedy, including widows and dependents, should receive support commensurate with the decades of suffering and loss of amenity they have experienced.”

The forthcoming backbench debate was tabled in these words: “That this House recognises that the contaminated blood scandal was one of the biggest treatment disasters in […]
12th April 2016

Contaminated Blood debate in the House of Commons

As many victims and their relatives from all over the UK protested outside the House of Commons in Westminster today, UK MP’s debated inside the House […]
16th April 2016

‘Quietly solve this or it could lead to an open-ended commitment of huge proportions’

At the recent House of Commons debate, some MP’s made powerful statements. Below is an extract from a Scottish MP, Dr Philippa Whitford (Central Ayrshire) (SNP), […]
19th April 2016

‘Don’t tell us you’re sorry. Show us you’re sorry’

MP’s from the across the UK implored the Westminster Government to think again on the proposals thus far expressed in their consultation. The UK model was […]
18th May 2016

Hillsborough parallels – modelling ‘establishment’ cover-ups?

Living in a democracy – an apparently open society – with elected representatives put in place to carry out the will of the people, you would […]
26th April 2017

NHS contaminated blood was ‘criminal cover-up’ – former Health Secretary Andy Burnham

Former Health Secreatry Andy Burnham made an empassioned speech at Westminster, saying I want to refocus everybody on giving victims what they’ve never had – the […]