Shadow business minister Hunt warns Tory win could slow roll-out of the LSA
The implementation of the Legal Services Act (LSA) is likely to be delayed if the Conservatives form the next UK Government. Shadow business minister Lord Hunt of Wirral has indicated that the Act, which is timetabled to be up and running in full by October 2011, could now face delays if the Conservatives win the general election next month.
Election victory could see LSA reforms delayed but Hunt says Tories committed to the Act
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