10th February 2016

Legal perspective from Patrick McGuire of Thompsons Solicitors

“It may sound odd and entirely contradictory but I would describe the outcome of the work of the Contaminated Blood Financial Review Group as a great […]
4th April 2016

Penrose – setting patient off against patient? – a member’s view

An SIBF member voices an opinion on Lord Penrose’s approach to victims:   I have never met Lord Penrose and didn’t know much about him but […]
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 […]
27th February 2017
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Missing records ‘turning up’ again

The subject of missing medical records has turned-up again. Reports from the BBC and others highlight that the latest large-scale missing records incident in England has […]
12th June 2017

Big Pharma and the ‘C’ word – scaremongering or careful critique?

The Guardian newspaper reported on Thursday 8th June 2017 on a new study extremely critical of the efficacy of the Direct-acting antiviral (DAA) drugs rolled-out to […]
13th June 2017

Skipton beneficiaries resident in Scotland, who were infected in the other UK nations

The SIBF has acquired information compiled on request by Nick Fish of the Skipton Fund for those resident in Scotland who received Hepatitis C from infected […]