Whiplash reform consultation criticised for being ‘vague’ and ‘watered down’

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Stakeholders in government whiplash reforms have criticised the Ministry of Justice’s use of “vague” terms in a consultation document, amid suggestions loose definitions could allow solicitors to side

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