Then the Association of British Insurers reported that officials at the Ministry of Justice had told the trade body that the Secretary of State (Elizabeth Truss) had decided she does not want to proceed with the reforms at the moment. However, Post recently revealed a consultation was imminent, with a source telling Post: "The ante has been upped. The consultation is close; it'll come before Christmas, and before Christmas could well mean within the next 10 days." As Post predicted the MoJ
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