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Interpreters Survey

Practitioners affected by the ongoing problems with court interpreters may want to complete this survey, organised by Crimeline. It only involves one question, so takes hardly any time, but if it leads to a wide picture of what is happening in the courts, well worth doing. Also worth reading is this account of her work by Magdalena Glowacka, a Polish interpreter, writing for the Guardian.


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