Peterborough, UK (Evening Telegraph): Court interpreters have said they could be forced to leave the profession over concerns about a new contract. Earlier this week, District Judge Ken Sheraton said he was “frustrated” by adjournments and delays in court cases caused by interpreters failing to show up to court. The delays have happened since a deal was agreed by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) that from February 1, Oldham firm Applied Language Solutions (ALS) would supply interpreters for the courts.
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