MoJ says Legal Services Act rollout on track despite Cable review
The Ministry of Justice has denied that the implementation of the Legal Services Act (LSA) is to be delayed after Business Secretary Vince Cable launched a review of excessive regulation. Cable launched the Reducing Regulation Committee earlier this month (2 June), with the intention to review the Labour administration's pipeline of reforms and curb 'excessive regulation'. The body, which will be chaired by Cable, was termed by the Government as a ‘Star Chamber" charged with reducing regulation.
The Ministry of Justice has denied that the implementation of the Legal Services Act (LSA) is to be delayed after Business Secretary Vince Cable launched a review of excessive regulation.
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