Judge rules midwives failed to hire an interpreter to tell mother to feed her baby and the eight-year-old is now in line for multi-million-pound NHS compensation because midwives were negligent in failing to tackle the language barrier.
No interpreter was available and the case was first put back to Monday afternoon before it was rescheduled to Tuesday morning.
The case was again put back to Tuesday afternoon until an interpreter was arranged to carry out the translation over-the-phone during the hearing.
Home Office interpreters are "reluctant to travel to Northern Ireland", leading to delays in a human trafficking investigation, a court has heard. The Home Office will only use its own approved Vietnamese interpreters, a Northern Ireland court was told.
Here's how much West Yorkshire Police will spend on interpreters
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