Analysis and Comment
Companies are increasingly hiring in-house staff for their language requirements, says Yelena McCafferty - but freelancers can still find work if they look for it.
Unison's survey of interpreters working in NHS Glasgow and Clyde (NHSGGC) found that they feel unsupported and at risk when carryout their duties
What challenges does the Language of Donald Trump pose for translators and interpreters?
Police and court services, medical care and the NHS, housing provision and local government administration are all vital resources, but some UK residents are being excluded from this support because of the language they speak