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NAT publish report on drug-related deaths which shows local authorities are struggling with public health cuts
An investigation into whether local government is tackling all-time high rates of drug-related deaths has been published by NAT (National...
HIV discrimination removed from new insurance policy guidance
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) Guide to Minimum Standards for Critical Illness Cover (CIC), published today, has removed discriminatory...
Blood-borne viruses in prison: guidelines launched for prevention, testing and treatment
NAT (National AIDS Trust) has issued new guidelines to boost efforts to prevent, diagnose and treat blood-borne viruses (BBVs) in...
Campaign to end impact of HIV in the next 30 years launches today in parliament
NAT (National AIDS Trust) is launching the Let's End It campaign today at an event in the House of Lords...
English Harm Reduction Group Response to the 2017 Drug Strategy
The Government has now published the 2017 Drug Strategy i . We express great concern at the lack of focus...
People with HIV still struggling to access insurance
People living with HIV continue to face barriers to accessing insurance, despite improvements in availability over the past decade, according...
National AIDS Trust responds the publication of the second independent review of PIP
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has today published the second of two planned independent reviews of the implementation...
Exposed: Huge national cuts to HIV support services
New Freedom of Information requests have exposed an alarming trend for cutting or completely decommissioning HIV support services across England...
National AIDS Trust responds to Green Paper on work, health and disability
Responding to the announcement of a Green Paper on how the Government will support people with disabilities and long-term conditions...
HIV and the general election - what we should be talking about.
The National AIDS Trust and HIV Scotland have joined together to identify the key priorities for the new Parliament which...
Guide to disability benefit claims for people living with HIV
NAT (National AIDS Trust) has developed guidance for people living with HIV on how to provide relevant evidence for new...
Despite High Court ruling the Home Secretary refuses to act on asylum seekers benefits.
NAT is extremely disappointed to hear that a Home Office review of the asylum support system has found that there...
NAT statement on modernising HIV rules.
NAT (National AIDS Trust) welcomes these changes to the guidance on HIV positive healthcare workers undertaking exposure-prone procedures as we...
NAT welcomes Glasgow City Council passing motion against forced destitution of refused asylum seekers.
NAT (National AIDS Trusts) welcome the decision of the Glasgow City Council to pass a motion against the forced destitution...
NAT welcomes House of Lords' rejection of proposals to limit Employment and Support Allowance.
Deborah Jack, Chief Executive of NAT (National AIDS Trust), comments: ‘NAT welcomes the House of Lords’ resounding rejection of Government...