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Criminal barristers who threatened to strike over pay are set to see their fees double under a Government offer to settle the dispute.

Prosecuting barristers across England and Wales threatened a walk out on July 1 over day rates as low as £46.50 for preparing complex court cases, effectively less than the minimum wage.

Chris Henley QC, chair of the Criminal Bar Association (CBA), said proposals offered by the Government on Wednesday "would transform the lives of barristers who prosecute".

The CBA will now recommend its members accept the changes in a new ballot over the planned action which included walking out of trials or refusing to take on new work.

Under the measures, standard appearance...

Criminal barristers who threatened to strike over pay are set to see their fees double under a Government offer to settle the dispute.

Prosecuting barristers across England and Wales threatened a walk out on July 1 over day rates as low as £46.50 for preparing complex court cases, effectively less than the minimum wage.

Chris Henley QC, chair of the Criminal Bar Association (CBA), said proposals offered by the Government on Wednesday "would transform the lives of barristers who prosecute".

The CBA will now recommend its members accept the changes in a new ballot over the planned action which included walking out of trials or refusing to take on new work.

Under the measures, standard appearance...

Criminal barristers who threatened to strike over pay are set to see their fees double under a Government offer to settle the dispute.

Prosecuting barristers across England and Wales threatened a walk out on July 1 over day rates as low as £46.50 for preparing complex court cases, effectively less than the minimum wage.

Chris Henley QC, chair of the Criminal Bar Association (CBA), said proposals offered by the Government on Wednesday "would transform the lives of barristers who prosecute".

The CBA will now recommend its members accept the changes in a new ballot over the planned action which included walking out of trials or refusing to take on new work.

Under the measures, standard appearance...

Criminal barristers who threatened to strike over pay are set to see their fees double under a Government offer to settle the dispute.

Prosecuting barristers across England and Wales threatened a walk out on July 1 over day rates as low as £46.50 for preparing complex court cases, effectively less than the minimum wage.

Chris Henley QC, chair of the Criminal Bar Association (CBA), said proposals offered by the Government on Wednesday "would transform the lives of barristers who prosecute".

The CBA will now recommend its members accept the changes in a new ballot over the planned action which included walking out of trials or refusing to take on new work.

Under the measures, standard appearance...