There have been votes in Parliament on the subject of eligibility for legal aid. Matters which have been voted on include means testing, if aid should be generally restricted to those residing in the UK, and which legal services should be funded by legal aid.
Mike Kane voted against restricting the scope of legal aid
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On 9 Jul 2014:
Mike Kane voted against a residence test as an eligibility criteria for civil legal aid; subject to exceptions for refugees and those who have sought asylum.
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