To: The police should undertake an investigation into the contaminated blood supply scandal

Open a Criminal Investigation into Kenneth Clarke role in the contaminated blood supply scandal

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Lord Clarke, who was a Conservative health minister from 1982 to 1985 and health secretary from 1988 to 1990 should be investigated by the police.

Why is this important?

Contaminated blood products led to thousands of people being diagnosed with HIV/Aids and hepatitis after receiving contaminated blood products.

Clarke has stated that he was not responsible for blood products during the early days of the infected blood scandal despite being a health minister at the time.

About 3,000 people in the UK have died because negligence, while the number of people who had been infected with contaminated blood products ranges from 5,000 to 30,000. The exact number remains unknown.
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