Friday, 29 January 2016

The Wrong Way to Interpret Justice 
29 January 2016 by Aisha Maniar

The Wrong Way to Interpret Justice
[…] Qualified court interpreters are thus an indispensable part of the justice system, providing a variety of foreign language and deaf user services. Around 700 requests per day are made for interpreters by courts and tribunals in England and Wales. The ongoing boycott of a framework agreement privatising court interpreting services, now in its fifth year, however, has attracted far less attention than strikes against cuts by legal aid lawyers and court magistrates. […]

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