Practice and Procedure

MoJ admits ?teething problems? with interpreters

PUBLISHED February 17, 2012

The Ministry of Justice is allowing court and tribunals to select their own interpreters after admitting ?teething problems? with a new contract service.

The department confirmed today that temporary arrangements can be made if there is no one provided by its partner Applied Language Solutions (ALS). The concession comes on the eve of protests in two English cities at the way the new system has been integrated.

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