Tribunal For Women Affected By CervicalCheck Controversy Set To Get Go Ahead By Government

It will be chaired by Ms Justice Mary Irvine, and will be optional for women and their families. 

A tribunal for women affected by the CervicalCheck controversy is set to get the go ahead by government.

It will be chaired by Ms Justice Mary Irvine, and will be optional for women and their families. 

It would mean that women could have their cases heard without having to go to court.

Health Minister Simon Harris will bring the heads of the bill to cabinet this morning.
 

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