A campaigner from Cambridgeshire has warned many victims of the contaminated blood scandal will not live long enough to see justice done.
A two-year public inquiry was launched last year over the deaths of at least 2,400 people who were given infected blood products in the 1970s and 80s.
One of those was Tony Farrugia's father who died after contracting HIV. Along with others, Tony's calling for the Government to compensate people now, rather than after the inquiry is complete, which he argues may be too late.
Tony, along with other campaigners, are due to meet with a Government Minister at the end of January although he's not hopeful it will lead to anything.
He is urging the government to admit liability and to compensate the victims and their families now - so they can get closure and move on with their lives