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Samantha Ramen

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Whiplash - gone for good?

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As Mark Twain once famously said “the reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated”. Some observers in the media have been quick to report the sudden demise of the Prison and Courts Bill but that does not necessarily mean that it is the end of the road for long overdue whiplash compensation reform.

In a question and answer session yesterday, the Leader of the House of Commons David Lidington confirmed that the Prisons and Courts Bill has been dropped in answer to a question from Tory MP Philip Davies:

So what does this mean for the whiplash reforms? In this day and age, nothing is certain. However, we can make some tentative predictions:

As ever, the Market Affairs team at Keoghs will be keeping close to this issue as it develops in our ever changing political climate. We will ensure that clients are kept informed as material developments come to light.

For more information please contact:

Samantha Ramen
Director of Market & Public Affairs
T: 07713 393534
E: sramen@keoghs.co.uk

Steve Thomas
Consultant, Market & Public Affairs
T: 07702 373647
E: sthomas@keoghs.co.uk

Howard Dean
Partner
T: 024 7665 8136
E: hdean@keoghs.co.uk

Don Clarke
Partner
T: 01204 677216
E: dclarke@keoghs.co.uk