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Business of the House ( 8 Dec 2022)

Diana R. Johnson: ...a great deal of respect for her. When she held the post of Paymaster General, she commissioned a review by Sir Robert Francis KC on a compensation framework for those infected and affected by the contaminated blood scandal. That report was given to the Government in March. The House was told repeatedly that we would see a Government response and an oral statement would be made, but neither...

Cabinet Office: Infected Blood: Support ( 8 Dec 2022)

Jeremy Quin: ...study to ensure that we could be ready to respond quickly to the inquiry’s recommendations. It was a pleasure to meet the co-chairs of the all-party parliamentary group on haemophilia and contaminated blood, from whom we may hear shortly. Work is ongoing, and I hope to give the House a further update as soon as possible on how that work is progressing and how we will continue to take it...

Cabinet Office: Topical Questions ( 8 Dec 2022)

Paula Barker: The report of Sir Robert Francis KC on the contaminated blood scandal redress scheme was published on 7 June 2022 and made 19 recommendations. It is, frankly, disgraceful that only one of those recommendations has been followed up on. Constituents of mine, such as Marion Nugent, have been fighting for justice. Can the Minister provide assurances that Marion and individuals like her will not...

World AIDS Day ( 1 Dec 2022)

Andrew Gwynne: ...advancement. We understand more about HIV, and we have legislated against discrimination to better protect those living with HIV. We have seen some long-overdue justice delivered to victims of the contaminated blood scandal, with interim payments being granted for some—but not all—of those impacted. This victory is a testament to the unstinting work of campaigners and, indeed,...

backbench business: Social Care — [Rushanara Ali in the Chair] (24 Nov 2022)

Damian Green: ...when I was First Secretary of State. That was five years ago now, and five years later we are still going round the same course again. Having arrived for the end of the previous debate, on the contaminated blood scandal, I was struck that colleagues across the House were complaining that things were moving very slowly. I set up that inquiry in Government. That problem obviously goes back a...

backbench business: Infected Blood Inquiry and Compensation Framework — [Dame Angela Eagle in the Chair] (24 Nov 2022)

Ian Lavery: ...the recent trend of one individual dying every four days since 2007, my calculation is that if we have to wait until the middle of next year, in excess of another 50 people, all victims of contaminated blood, will pass away before they see even a penny of compensation. As a Minister of the Crown, the Minister cannot accept that that is fair to the victims. What message will he give to them?

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Blood: Contamination (24 Nov 2022)

Catherine West: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office, pursuant to the Answer of to UIN 64378, whether all interim payments to infected individuals and bereaved partners of those affected by contaminated blood were made by the end of October 2022.

Microplastic Filters (Washing Machines) ( 2 Nov 2022)

Alberto Costa: ...fish and other small aquatic creatures. Much of the plastic pollution then travels up the food chain so that we humans ingest it through consumption of fish. Microplastic fibres from clothing are contaminating otherwise pristine natural environments, including in the snow close to the peak of Mount Everest, and have even been found in the depths of the Mariana Trench in the western Pacific...

Cabinet Office: Topical Questions (27 Oct 2022)

Jessica Morden: Constituents involved in the contaminated blood inquiry want to know when the arm’s length body to administer payments will be ready, whether independent legal support will be available for those making claims and, crucially—this is on behalf of the Smiths, whose harrowing evidence was a key part of the inquiry; I ask Ministers to watch it—whether parents who lost children will be...

Police National Computer - Question (24 Oct 2022)

Baroness Berridge: ...noble friend accepts the public perception point, because more taxpayers’ money is going into this company at the moment. Inquiries take a long time, but in relation to other inquiries, such as contaminated blood, there has been a process to expedite payments and, as the noble Baroness has outlined, some people have taken their own lives. Surely, we should expedite the public funds that...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Blood: Contamination (19 Oct 2022)

Aaron Bell: ...with reference to his Written Ministerial Statement made on 5 September 2022, what progress the Government has made on the commitment that interim payments be made to those infected and affected by contaminated blood by the end of October 2022.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Infected Blood Inquiry (18 Oct 2022)

Florence Eshalomi: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office, with reference to the interim report by Sir Brian Langstaff, Chair of the Infected Blood Inquiry, published on 29 July 2022, how many and what proportion of the people (a) infected and (b) otherwise affected by contaminated blood have received interim compensation payments as of 13 October 2022.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Blood: Contamination (16 Sep 2022)

Caroline Lucas: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office, with reference to Sir Brian Langstaff’s interim report on the Infected Blood Inquiry, if he will make it his policy to adopt the report’s recommendation that interim payments should be immediately made to those infected and affected by contaminated blood.

Vaccine Damage Payment Scheme: Covid-19 ( 6 Sep 2022)

Andrew Gwynne: ...of dealing with this, which the right hon. and learned Member for Kenilworth and Southam has set out, to avoid the litigation and the mistakes we have seen with other scandals, in particular the contaminated blood scandal. It is a public health imperative that people appreciate that vaccines are overwhelmingly safe and effective, but the public also deserve to know that in extremely rare...

Written Ministerial Statements — Department of Health and Social Care: DHSC Update ( 5 Sep 2022)

Steve Barclay: ...very important issues including:The publication of the Women’s Health StrategyThe launch of the Government’s Dementia MissionConfirmation of interim payments to those who have been infected by contaminated blood and bereaved partners In November 2021, the Government announced it would make £50 million funding available for research into motor neurone disease over five years. Following...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Infected Blood Inquiry (25 Jul 2022)

Catherine West: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office, with reference to Sir Robert Francis QC's Infected Blood Compensation Framework Study, published in June 2022, what discussions he has had with Cabinet colleagues and other stakeholders regarding funding the compensation recommended for people infected and affected by contaminated blood and blood products.

Sir David Amess Summer Adjournment (21 Jul 2022)

Jessica Morden: ...on record our thanks to all those who have come to work in Portcullis House. I am running out of time, but I will mention another group who are being let down by the Government: the victims of the contaminated blood scandal. Ministers have had more than enough time to respond to Sir Robert Francis’s report, which recommends interim payments for victims now and the full inclusion of...

Contaminated Blood Scandal: Interim Payments for Victims - Commons Urgent Question (20 Jul 2022)

Baroness Smith of Basildon: ...that, had we heard the Answer, we would think it embarrassingly unacceptable. I pay tribute to the Haemophilia Society for the work that it has undertaken and its support for those affected by contaminated blood. The scale of this is staggering: over 3,000 people have died, including over 400 in the five years since the public inquiry was called. The Government do not seem to be in any...

Contaminated Blood Scandal: Interim Payments for Victims (19 Jul 2022)

Diana R. Johnson: (Urgent Question): To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office if he will make it statement on the Government’s policy on interim payments for victims of the contaminated blood scandal.

Srebrenica (14 Jul 2022)

Alicia Kearns: ...that we saw taking place during that time. It was the barbarity in Srebrenica and the failure of the UN’s peacekeeping mission that forced the international community to finally put an end to the bloodshed and implement the Dayton agreement, which has prevented a bullet being fired in anger since then. Back in March 1995, the so-called President of the self-declared Republika Srpska...


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