London, UK (Law Gazette): The Ministry of Justice could face a sound challenge to its unexampled cost-cutting arrangements for the provision of interpretation and translation services across the justice sector.In a travel expected to salvage at least £18m annually on its current £60m spend, the MoJ announced last week that is to contract with one supplier to provide language service to criminal justice agencies.For more information, please
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