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Business of the House (19 Oct 2023)

Siobhan Baillie: An incredibly impressive Stroud constituent called Sally-Anne came to see me last week about the contaminated blood scandal. Her father is a haemophiliac and is sadly affected by what we now know is a national and international scandal; families have spent decades seeking answers and compensation. Sally-Anne has turned her pain and her worry for her father into action, and she is doing a PhD...

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Blood: Contamination (16 Oct 2023)

Lord Field of Birkenhead: To ask His Majesty's Government, further to the Infected Blood Inquiry, how many people were infected by contaminated blood; how many of those died as a consequence; and how many are now eligible for interim compensation payments under the Infected Blood Support Scheme.

Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Blood: Contamination (16 Oct 2023)

Lord Field of Birkenhead: To ask His Majesty's Government how many individuals who are known to have been infected with contaminated blood have died without having received any compensation payment under the Infected Blood Support Scheme.

Hormone Pregnancy Tests ( 7 Sep 2023)

Hannah Bardell: ...and those victims in that situation. That is state-sponsored and funded action against our constituents and our citizens. As many people have said, this injustice has gone on for decades, like contaminated blood, Hillsborough and the thalidomide case. It seems to be the order of the day and the order of Government to make people wait for decades, to traumatise and retraumatise them....

Sir David Amess Summer Adjournment (20 Jul 2023)

Jessica Morden: ...Ferrier) on the emotional attachment that we often feel to individual constituents’ cases. In my case, it would be the Smith family, who I met many years ago and who were hugely impacted by the contaminated blood scandal. More recently, my constituent Mike Hermanis, a Falklands veteran, brought colleagues to the House to talk to me and other MPs about their pleas to have documents from...

All-party Parliamentary Groups (19 Jul 2023)

Deidre Brock: ...be excluded from the political system to present their arguments to engaged parliamentarians. I can think, for example, of the excellent work by the all-party parliamentary group on haemophilia and contaminated blood, which I joined after being contacted by constituents whose family lives had been devastated by that scandal. It is important for our democracy that Members engage with...

Veterans Update (19 Jul 2023)

Clive Efford: ...from the RAF. He was denied his pension and his opportunity to serve his country. He, like many others, deserves redress. What I do not want to see are the interminable cases we are seeing with contaminated blood, Grenfell and the Post Office. What can the Secretary of State say today to ensure that we do not see such delays and obfuscation in this case?

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Blood: Contamination (30 Jun 2023)

Rachael Maskell: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office, how many ongoing contaminated blood cases there are in each parliamentary constituency.

Backbench Business: Volumetric Concrete Mobile Plants — [Clive Efford in the Chair] (22 Jun 2023)

Philippa Whitford: I apologise for being late, Mr Efford; I was in the debate on contaminated blood. I speak on behalf of Ve-Tech Concrete Ltd, a company in my constituency that operate VCMs. As has already been covered by the right hon. Member for Orkney and Shetland (Mr Carmichael), there are lots of different reasons why there are advantages to VCMs. He highlighted the fact that they can deliver concrete...

Infected Blood Inquiry (22 Jun 2023)

Jeremy Quin: ...we have quite rightly heard a great deal this afternoon. I have the utmost sympathy for the plight of every individual who has been infected or affected. In March, I met members of the infected blood community, facilitated by the right hon. Member for Kingston upon Hull North and the Father of the House in their roles as chairs of the all-party parliamentary group on haemophilia and...

Point of Order (21 Jun 2023)

Karl Turner: ...In his reply, the Prime Minister said there was a convention that former Ministers or Ministers would have the legal bill covered in scenarios requiring lawyers such as public inquiries—Iraq, the contaminated blood scandal and other such inquiries. What the Prime Minister did was to suggest that the precedent was already set. It is not. It transpires, following several questions to the...

Public Order Act 2023 (16 May 2023)

Alison Thewliss: ...trade union demos; I have joined protests in support of those excluded from the Government support scheme; I have campaigned alongside people protesting about the Government’s intransigence on contaminated blood; I have protested on the side of the paragraph 322(5) highly skilled migrants the Home Office sought to remove for no good reason; and I have joined regular demonstrations in my...

Food Labelling and Allergies — [Sir Graham Brady in the Chair] (15 May 2023)

Andrew Slaughter: ...has been left waiting patiently for the matter of an allergy tsar to be taken seriously once more. This reminds me of the long battles we fought to have inquiries into Hillsborough and the contaminated blood scandal. Ministers constantly promise things, or at least say they will look into things, and then they move on and we are suddenly back to square one. I hope the Minister will give us...

Cabinet Office: Topical Questions (11 May 2023)

Clive Efford: A month ago, the Minister came to the House and told us that he was dealing with the contaminated blood report “at pace”. A month later, he has just repeated that phrase. Can he say what “at pace” means and when he will tell us the timescale?

Scottish Parliament: Patient Safety Commissioner for Scotland Bill: Stage 1 (10 May 2023)

Colin Smyth: ...but, too often, patients in Scotland feel that they have been failed. From the chemotherapy dosing scandal for breast cancer patients in Tayside and the pelvic mesh surgery scandal to the infected blood scandal and the tragic death of Milly Main at the Queen Elizabeth university hospital in Glasgow due to contaminated water, it is clear that Scotland needs an independent body with the...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Blood: Contamination (20 Apr 2023)

Jessica Morden: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office, with reference to the Second Interim report of the Infected Blood Inquiry, published on 5 April, if he will take steps to implement without delay the report's recommendation to provide interim compensation payments to the parents and children of those impacted by the contaminated blood scandal.

Infected Blood Inquiry Update (19 Apr 2023)

Fleur Anderson: ...reached this stage—and of course to my right hon. Friend the Member for Kingston upon Hull North (Dame Diana Johnson), who has been a stalwart of the campaign. The continued work of the infected blood inquiry is crucial to ensuring that victims’ voices are heard. I had the privilege of meeting victims of this scandal last month, and their stories will stay with me forever. No one...

Vaccine Damage Payments Act 1979 (24 Mar 2023)

Christopher Chope: ...sad that that is so, and it is regrettable that the Prime Minister did not put that on the record himself. This month, we have already discussed in this House the scandal surrounding the supply of contaminated blood and the false imprisonment of postmasters as a result of the Horizon system. In both cases, after long resistance, the Government were eventually forced into accepting...

Cabinet Office: Infected Blood Victims: Compensation Payments (16 Mar 2023)

Jeremy Quin: I thank all those who attended the meeting of the all-party parliamentary group on haemophilia and contaminated blood chaired by the right hon. Lady last week. The Government acted on an interim compensation proposal for those infected in the autumn, paying out more than £450 million, and have accepted that there is a moral case for compensation. I am truly delighted that Sir Brian Langstaff...

Cabinet Office: Topical Questions (16 Mar 2023)

Jessica Morden: I echo the earlier question from my right hon. Friend the Member for Kingston upon Hull North (Dame Diana Johnson) about the contaminated blood scandal. The inquiry is coming to an end, and another interim report is due shortly. I just reiterate that it is so incredibly important for those affected, including bereaved parents such as the Smiths in my constituency, that we know that the...


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