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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption Contaminated blood inquiry: 'It messes with your head'. A man who was infected by contaminated blood has told a public inquiry of a life of fear, paranoia and anger. Hearings into what has been called "the worst treatment scandal in the history of the NHS" opened in Belfast on Tuesday. An estimated 4,000 people across the UK were infected and thousands are thought to have died. With allegations of a cover-up, no-one in government or the NHS has been held to account. Paul Kirkpatrick from Londonderry, who has haemophilia, was speaking for the first time about his experience. 'PARANOID'. Mr Kirkpatrick, who is in his fifties, said he ... Full story

21 May