Hull MP demands no further delay in compensating UK NHS Infected Blood victims

Diana in the House of Commons
In House of Commons Prime Minister's Question, Diana Johnson MP asked why those infected in the NHS Contaminated Blood scandal in the UK cannot have, without further delay.
The Hull North MP told the Prime Minister that full compensation was granted to infected blood victims in the Republic of Ireland in the 1990s.
The Prime Minister ignored this question.
The Independent Public Inquiry into the NHS Infected Blood scandal started hearing testimonies from those infected on 30 April.