UK Justice Secretary Chris Grayling has announced that he will not proceed with the plan to introduce competitive tendering for criminal legal aid contracts. The plan - under which the government would award
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The Guardian reports that the British Ministry of Justice is examining proposals to cut £220m from the annual legal aid budget, with most of the saving coming from a 17.5% reduction in the fees paid for representing
UK Justice Secretary Chris Grayling has pointed out that the liberalisation of the Indian legal industry could double the value of the Indian legal market, as well as providing opportunities for UK businesses.