Infected blood inquiry: Victims ask for censure of 'arrogant, pompous and contemptuous' Ken Clarke

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Former health secretary Ken Clarke has been branded a "total disgrace" over his behaviour during an inquiry into the infected blood scandal - as victims asked if the politician could be censured for being "arrogant, pompous and contemptuous".

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