Thursday, 29 January 2015

Privatisation: Interpreting the Cost of Justice 

Privatisation: Interpreting the Cost of Justice
[…] Now in its fourth year, the agreement has been described by politicians as a “car crash” and “nothing short of shambolic”. An ongoing boycott by the vast majority of qualified and experienced court interpreters, following the cut in standards and pay the contract entails, has meant the contract target of 98% of fulfilled assignments has never been met. The MoJ has had the option throughout of terminating this contract which has never been performed according to the terms agreed; instead, it has chosen repeatedly to defend it and its partnership with Capita TI. […]

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