Tens of thousands set to lose legal advice

Neil Puffett
Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Close to 70,000 young people struggling with problems relating to issues such as homelessness and employment face losing access to free legal advice due to government plans to cut the legal aid budget by 350m, a report has warned.

Report makes 'powerful case against the legal aid cuts'. Image: Ian Bottle
Report makes 'powerful case against the legal aid cuts'. Image: Ian Bottle

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