SIBF NEWS

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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
8th November 2017

SIBF representation on UK and Scottish Benefits panels – we need your help

The SIBF has a keen interest in the availability of benefits to those affected by contaminated blood, especially now in this period of uncertainty with changes […]
8th November 2017

Public Inquiry – Joint Position Paper

The Scottish Infected Blood Forum and Haemophilia Scotland, along with independent campaigners, have drafted and issued a Joint Position Paper on the Public Inquiry into contaminated […]
10th November 2017

Public Inquiry – Thompsons Solicitors

At the recent joint SIBF/Haemophilia members’ meeting we were pleased to announce an even closer working relationship with our legal team of Thompsons Solicitors, Simon Di […]