Sky News’s Kay Burley has been criticised for calling 56 Dean Street, an “AIDS Clinic”

Kay Burley has come under fire for calling 56 Dean Street, the NHS sexual health clinic, currently under fire for an email data breach, an “AIDS clinic.” 56 Dean Street is a sexual health clinic which is predominantly aimed at the gay community in London

Tweeting about the email breach of around 780 of the clinic’s HIV patients, Kay Burley said,

“Aids clinic which revealed patients names: Clearly this is completely unacceptable. We are urgently investigating how this has happened”

Aids clinic which revealed patients names: Clearly this is completely unacceptable. We are urgently investigating how this has happened

 

Slamming Ms. Burley, GMFA CEO Matthew Hodson corrected her by Tweeting,

“Because of the great work of @56deanstreet & others very few people now progress to #AIDS. @KayBurley please get your terminology right.”

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Britain’s Got Talent’s Aaron Carty, who wowed judges with his Beyonce Experience, corrected the news anchor by saying,

“It’s actually a sexual health clinic @KayBurley @SkyNews @56deanstreet”

 

Speaking to THEGAYUK about the mistake, a spokesperson for the clinic said,

“We can confirm that due to an administrative error, a newsletter about services at 56 Dean Street was sent to an email group rather than individual recipients.

We have immediately contacted all the email recipients to inform them of the error and apologise. Any concerned patients can call 020 3315 9555 and 020 3315 9594.”

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