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Why the infected blood enquiry matters


My name is Robert and I have HIV. That is probably a pretty common opening line for an...

"So much research is done on us, this time it was a true collaboration" - Changing Perceptions reports


This is a guest blog for NAT from Silvia Petretti, joint CEO at Positively UK. Visit the Changing Perceptions website...

Chris Hicks

Glasgow's major HIV outbreak amongst people who inject drugs shows no sign of slowing


In 2015, an HIV outbreak was detected amongst people who inject drugs (PWIDs) in Glasgow. Three years on the outbreak...


Better, but not good enough: access to financial products for people with HIV


From the 1980s up until the early 2000s, it was nearly impossible for someone living with HIV to access insurance...

Sarah Radcliffe

PIP: Promoting independence?


Ever since the abolition of Disability Living Allowance (DLA) was announced, we at NAT have heard a lot of anxiety...

Chris Hicks

The new drugs strategy: does it go far enough?


Last week the Government published the 2017 Drugs Strategy, the first national drugs strategy since 2010. The previous drug strategy...

Sarah Radcliffe

Benefit cuts: it’s all in the detail


This Wednesday the House of Lords will be voting on two vitally important amendments to the Welfare Reform and Work...

Sarah Radcliffe

The humanitarian crisis within our borders


The plight of refugees has been a high profile issue in the news, on social media and in the streets...

Sarah Radcliffe

PIP: We still don’t have the answers we need


In the four years since the abolition of Disability Living Allowance (DLA) was first proposed by the Government, I have...