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Gannage-Stewart, Hannah
May 2013
Lawyer (Online Edition);5/28/2013, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the protest of lawyers against the legal aid cuts, by the government outside the Houses of Parliament in Great Britain. It mentions that the Ministry of Justice plans to deduct 220 million pounds from the legal aid budget, that allows people to seek advice from small suppliers on public contracts. It mentions that all legal aid litigations come under the new rules.


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