'Infected blood killed my dad - I want compensation now'

The family of a man who died after being given infected blood have called on the UK government to pay their compensation immediately.

Randolph Peter Gordon-Smith, who had haemophilia, learned in 1994 he had been infected with hepatitis C.

His daughter says she and her family were "abandoned" to care for their father.

She accused the UK government of pursuing a policy of "deny, delay and death" in relation to the infected blood scandal.