The main company contracted by the government to provide courtroom interpreting has pledged to honour bookings made by a sub-contractor which appears to be no longer in business.
THOUSANDS of highly skilled interpreters and translators could be left unpaid after the collapse of a languages agency.
INTERPRETERS are angry at a further cut in their pay which means that from Thursday they will be paid a little more than half of what they were a few years ago.
TRANSLATORS for foreign criminals have cost £63.8million in three years, figures show.
Non-English speakers need legal papers translated and require an interpreter for trial proceedings.