MoJ denies plan for 'wholesale privatisation' of courts service
The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has denied reports that it is considering a "wholesale privatisation" of the courts system as it weighs up propsals to cut costs and make the current system more efficient. A report in The Times today (28 May) suggests the MoJ is considering putting court buildings and staff "in the hands of private companies" in a bid to save as much as £1bn a year.
The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has denied reports that it is considering a “wholesale privatisation” of the courts system as it weighs up propsals to cut costs and make the current system more efficient.
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