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CPS warns barristers against taking part in legal aid protest

PUBLISHED March 4, 2014

Criminal barristers have responded robustly to a letter from the Crown Prosecution Service warning them that they may lose work if they take part in a planned day of action in protest over criminal legal aid cuts on Friday.

The chief crown prosecutor for London Baljit Ubhey wrote to heads of chambers last Thursday, giving them until the following day to confirm whether members of chambers would work as normal on 7 March.

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