Law Soc calls for delay to legal aid overhaul amid Djanogly allegations
The Law Society has called for the Government's controversial legal aid reforms to be put on hold amid media scrutiny of justice minister Jonathan Djanogly's alleged links to the claims management industry. The responsibility for the regulation of claims management companies was passed from Djanogly to Justice Secretary Ken Clarke yesterday (17 October), following a review by Cabinet Secretary Sir Gus O'Donnell after The Guardian claimed that Djanogly could personally profit from his own legislation.
The Law Society has called for the Government’s controversial legal aid reforms to be put on hold amid media scrutiny of justice minister Jonathan Djanogly’s alleged links to the claims management industry.
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