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 […]
4th April 2017

Scottish Government’s new scheme launched

The Scottish Government has fulfilled their promise to launch a Scottish Scheme for financial supports to those infected and affected by the Contaminated Blood disaster in […]
29th August 2017

Scottish Government’s response to joint letter from SIBF and Haemophilia Scotland

SIBF have received a response from the Scottish Government to our joint letter to the First Minister written on 25th July with Haemophilia Scotland. The Health […]
4th November 2017

Scottish Government’s position regarding the handling of the Public Inquiry into Contaminated Blood

SIBF’s John Rice and Tommy Leggate met Shona Robison MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Health, with Bill Wright and Dan Farthing-Sykes of Haemophilia Scotland last week to […]
11th October 2018

Infected Blood Inquiry Core Participant cross-border public spat

Representatives from SIBF and Haemophilia Scotland met with Joe Fitzpatrick, Minister for Public Health, Sport and Wellbeing, on 27th September at the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh. […]
18th October 2018

“To us it’s about life and death, to them it’s about money”

Now that the blood disaster is in the public domain and sharply in focus, well established opinions have resurfaced with both Members and Government coming at […]