The former Justice Minister, Jonathan Djanogly, reminded the House of Commons that one of the direct consequences of the Access to Justice Act 1999, which abolished legal aid for personal injury and introduced conditional fee arrangements, was the rapid growth of the claims management sector. The sector has been living with the legacy of that policy decision ever since. Several speakers in the debate, both Conservatives and Labour, raised the prospect of the proposed reforms boosting the for
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