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Justice Secretary Dominic Raab says criminal barrister strikes are 'regrettable' as first walkout begins

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Criminal barristers will stage court walkouts for several days from today, a move which the justice secretary has described as "regrettable".
1 month ago·London, United Kingdom

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Barristers walk out of courts over pay

Lawyers are urged to accept proposed fees' rise but there are concerns some will quit the profession.

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The Independent

Raab says barrister strikes ‘only delay justice for victims’ as walkouts begin

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Sky News

Justice Secretary Dominic Raab says criminal barrister strikes are 'regrettable' as first walkout begins

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Wales Online

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Evening Standard

Raab says barrister strikes ‘only delay justice for victims’ as walkouts begin

Barristers are staging court walkouts for several days from Monday in a dispute over legal aid funding.

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LBC

Barristers walk out of courts in strike over pay with over 1,000 cases affected each day

Barristers have begun staging several days of court walkouts in a dispute over legal aid funding.

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