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MPs debate support arrangements for people affected by contaminated blood and blood products

MPs to debate reform of the support arrangements for people affected by contaminated blood and blood products
17 November 2016

On Thursday 24 November MPs took part in a debate in the House of Commons Chamber on reform of the support arrangements for people affected by contaminated blood and blood products.   

This debate was scheduled by the Backbench Business Committee and opened by Diana Johnson MP

Watch the debate and read the transcript

A debate pack on this topic was produced by the House of Commons Library, which includes more information on the subject of this debate.

Backbench Business Committee

The Backbench Business Committee meets weekly on Tuesdays to consider requests for debates from any backbench Members of Parliament on any subject.

The Committee then has to decide how to allocate the limited Parliamentary time it has at its disposal. The Committee's meetings are always conducted in public and can be watched on Parliament TV.

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