Independent review to examine proposals for a compensation scheme for Infected/Affected Blood Community

S Carroll made this Freedom of Information request to Cabinet Office

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Dear Cabinet Office,

I writing to ask for minted meeting between 01/12/20-20/03/21 which discussed "independent review to examine proposals for a compensation scheme" for the Infected/Affected Blood Community.

I would be grateful if you can use summary as key words to identify such documents that will be relevant.

Yours faithfully,

S Carroll

Cabinet Office FOI Team,

Our ref: FOI2021/06860


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Dear S Carroll,

Please find attached our response to your recent Freedom of Information
request (reference FOI2021/06860).

Yours sincerely,

Freedom of Information Team

Cabinet Office

J Roberts left an annotation ()

'Thousands of victims of the infected blood scandal will each receive an interim compensation payment of £100,000, the Government has announced today (17 August).

The Government intends to make payments to those who have been infected and bereaved partners in England by the end of October. The same payments will be made in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.'