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The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) is one of the largest departments in Government, it’s job is to manage prisons, oversee criminal cases, ensure democracy and regulate PPI claims companies like us.
Under new instructions from the PM to cut £2bn in costs from the department, a third of the MoJ’s 80,000 staff could see their jobs at risk. To give some idea of huge an amount that cutback is, £2bn could pay for the entire prison service for a year, despite this the MoJ is taking it seriously and has asked all it’s departments to find savings of between 25% and 40%. It goes without saying that, for mis-sold PPI alone, the MoJ does a pretty important job and one that allows no room for compromise or sub-standard practice.
The fear is that with the MoJ’s funding cut they may not be able to provide an adequate service, putting citizens and consumers at risk of dealing with unscrupulous individuals or companies.