House of Lords on NHS interpreters

House of Lords   /   News   /   17 July 2020


The care of interpreters is an incredibly complex question and entirely depends on where they are sited. It is the responsibility of individual trusts to look after interpreters in hospital settings but, in other settings, it may be that of other organisations.

Police interpreter hired to talk to a Slovak ‘couldn’t speak the language’

The Sun   /   News   /   29 March 2020

A police interpreter hired to talk to a Slovak couldn’t speak the lingo, it was claimed.

Another translator told force chiefs the blunder could have jeopardised a domestic slavery trial.

Fears over unregulated interpreters following law firm rejection

Law Society Gazette   /   News   /   02 March 2020

The UK’s only independent, voluntary regulator of professional interpreters working in the public sector is concerned that law firms are employing unregulated interpreters to provide translation services.

Translators working for Scots cops and courts 'exploited for £5 an hour wages'

Daily Record   /   News   /   01 March 2020

Workers who work for the NHS, police and courts in Scotland aren't being compensated for their travel time between jobs.

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