MoJ pushes for increased take-up of mediation with £10m budget injection
The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) will add £10m to the UK's publicly funded mediation budget next year as part of an effort to promote the use of mediation over litigation. According to the MoJ's 2010-11 annual report, an extra £10m will be added to the mediation budget as of April 2012, taking the total allocated amount to £24m.
The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) will add £10m to the UK’s publicly funded mediation budget next year as part of an effort to promote the use of mediation over litigation.
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