Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Latest Settlement Proposals


The Forgotten Few would like to state our position with regards to the latest settlement proposals from the Department of Health.

We would like to thank our supporters in Parliament for their continued work with us in trying to bring about a just settlement for those Co-infected by contaminated blood products. We are certain that they along with us, are extremely disappointed by the proposals put forward by the DoH.

The latest proposals once again fall way short of the mark needed by this group to enable us to even consider accepting the financial package suggested, and therefore we are in no doubt that we once again, are forced to continue our fight for justice, and will do so until a satisfactory settlement can be reached.

We reject the latest piece meal offer from the DoH,  and would like to assure all Co-infected people that we will continue to campaign for a fair resolution to the scandal they have been the victims of for so many years.

A further statement of our position will follow shortly.

Thank you

Consultation Update

The Government launched a 12 week consultation on the reform of the financial and other support for those affected by contaminated blood on 21st January 2016. This consultation closed on 15th April 2016.

On 13th July 2016, the Government published its response to the consultation:

The Forgotten Few will be giving our reactions to this response once we have clarification of the details.