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Court interpreter checks 'non-existent'

It has been revealed that interpreters from a private firm have been working in courts in England and Wales without criminal record checks.

The government awarded the £300m contract to ALS, which has been criticised for low standards and for not providing enough staff.

Angus Crawford reports.

  • 09 Aug 2012
  • From the section UK