Ministry of Justice spent £21.3 million on interpreters last year

Daily Mail   /   News   /   17 October 2022

Ministry of Justice (MoJ) spent £21.3 million on translators in the last year alone.
The interpreters are used for suspected criminals, victims and crime witnesses. 
A record £1.2 m was spent on providing bilingual staff on Albanian suspects.

Calls for interpreters to become legal requirement for NHS providers

Eastern Daily Press   /   News   /   27 March 2022

Health watchdogs are calling for interpreters to be made a legal requirement for all healthcare settings after a survey exposed worrying gaps in the service.

'Fake interpreters will be dealt with' warns police chief after woman caught out for fraud

Leicester Mercury   /   News   /   03 September 2021

Police are clamping down on interpreter fraud.

MoJ rules out court interpreting review following private equity investment

Law Society Gazette   /   News   /   13 August 2021

The Ministry of Justice has confirmed it will not be reviewing thebigword’s court interpreting contract after the language services company announced a ‘partnership’ with a US private capital investment firm.

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