Geoffrey Buckingham on BBC about Capita TI: it's a display of contempt
A High Court judge due to hear the case against a Coventry man accused of killing a family of four has said the lack of an interpreter in court is an absolute disgrace.
Geoffrey Buckingham, the Chair of the Association of Police and Court Interpreters, has been following developments of the farce which has been going on since last year, whereby the contractor, Capita Translation and Interpreting, has failed to supply interpreters for a vast number of hearings.
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