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DIY Justice

Raphael Rowe meets the parents fighting for access to their children without any legal assistance. Cuts to legal aid mean they must represent themselves in court.

Raphael Rowe meets the parents fighting for access to their children without any legal assistance. Cuts to legal aid mean they must prepare their own cases and represent themselves in court. As senior members of the judiciary warn these cuts have undermined the principle of equal access to the law, the man who made them tells Panorama the British legal aid gravy train had to be stopped.

30 minutes

Last on

Fri 3 Apr 2015 00:50

Credits

Role Contributor
Reporter Raphael Rowe
Editor Ceri Thomas

Broadcasts

  • Mon 30 Mar 2015 19:30
  • Mon 30 Mar 2015 23:25
  • Tue 31 Mar 2015 00:00
  • Thu 2 Apr 2015 04:30
  • Fri 3 Apr 2015 00:20
  • Fri 3 Apr 2015 00:50