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What better visual metaphor could there be for our crumbling justice system?
Starve the legal aid budget by slashing the numbers entitled to seek help, so at reduce demand for legal services, by the vulnerable and the "just about managing".
Dismantle the court estate, by claiming untested "digital justice" can successfully replace the need for so many physical platforms for local justice.
Use excessive court fees as a backdoor revenue stream, to depress demand and compensate an already pitiful justice budget.
Ignore the valid cries of charities and others, as to the detrimental effect all of this is having on Britain's image abroad, as justice once practised openly is increasingly hidden behind the digital cloak of flawed "innovation".
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