Campaigners have demanded an apology after the conclusion of a formal inquiry into the contamination of blood in Scotland.
There were angry shouts from the audience as the final report of the Penrose Inquiry was read out, followed by a speech from Bill Wright of charity Haemophilia Scotland, who said he was among those who had been infected.
This is by no means the end of the story.
When we read this, we were raging too. But there is some daylight we will try to offer you.
Put into context, this catastrophe is bigger than any transport, football stadium, bombing or shooting atrocity, or British disaster at sea.
The difference is that our fate was spread across Scotland and Britain over many years.
Today after 30 years of waiting, is not about broken processes. It is about broken lives. It is about the irresistible case for ministers and politicians to finally act.
Now is the time for an apology.
Breaking down into tears at one point, Mr Wright said the report was the culmination of "decades of searching for the truth".
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