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Whistleblowing – a defamation complaint may amount to a protected disclosure

Clyde & Co   /   Analysis and Comment   /   21 March 2019

This case is a reminder that a whistleblowing claim will fail where the worker has made a disclosure purely in their own self-interest – a protected disclosure must also have wider implications, affecting other people, and be regarded as in the public interest, for the worker to be protected as a 'whistleblower'.

Private Eye follows up

Private Eye   /   Analysis and Comment   /   06 February 2019

Good news some interpreters do their job properly. 

Private Eye: Loose Lips

Private Eye   /   Analysis and Comment   /   23 January 2019

The problems caused by police using unqualified interpreters were identified yet again as it was revealed that language agency ITL had lost its contract with police in the North-East following collapse of a court case. 

Directive 2010/64/EU after Brexit

UK Parliament   /   News   /   23 January 2019

Directive 2010/64/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 October 2010 on the right to interpretation and translation in criminal proceedings was transposed into UK domestic law by 27 October 2013 when it came into force. The Government has no plan currently to alter those provisions.

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