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Habib Rahman, chief executive of the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants.<br />
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London, 04/062013. Hundreds of people protested outside the Ministry of Justice against Chris Grayling's plans to cut a further £220 million of criminal legal aid and remove defendants' ability to choose a solicitor. QCs, lawyers, solicitors, human rights groups and citizens claim that the plan will destroy the UK's reputation for fair trials and justice.
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Habib Rahman, chief executive of the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants.

London, 04/062013. Hundreds of people protested outside the Ministry of Justice against Chris Grayling's plans to cut a further £220 million of criminal legal aid and remove defendants' ability to choose a solicitor. QCs, lawyers, solicitors, human rights groups and citizens claim that the plan will destroy the UK's reputation for fair trials and justice.