Policy paper

Infected Blood Inquiry Terms of Reference

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office, David Lidington and Chair of the independent Infected Blood Inquiry, Sir Brian Langstaff have published the Terms of Reference of the Inquiry.

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Infected Blood Inquiry Terms of Reference

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Sir Brian Langstaff letter to the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

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Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster letter to Sir Brian Langstaff

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The Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office, David Lidington said in the House of Commons today:

The Terms of Reference are comprehensive and reflect the key points made during the consultation.

I am happy to accept his Terms of Reference without amendment.

The geographical scope of the Inquiry is UK-wide, looking at issues relating to the whole of the UK as well as regionally.

Sir Brian expects the Inquiry team to hold regular meetings across the UK.

It is extremely important that the Infected Blood Inquiry can complete its work as quickly as a thorough examination of the facts allows, and this is something that Sir Brian and his team are very aware of.

Published 2 July 2018