London, UK (Oldham Chronicle): Interpreters for Justice campaigners demonstrated outside the Commons yesterday over an Oldham firm’s pay and conditions. Complaints have been aired since Delph’s Applied Languages Solutions (ALS) won a £60 million contract to translate in English and Welsh courts. The company, which has now been taken over by professional services firm Capita, was set up nine years ago by businessman Gavin Wheeldon — from his bedroom.
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