Accurate and Effective Communication Worldwide
Interpreter change causes chaos in court
With the government aiming to reduce spend and save £18m per year on court interpreting services, new arrangements have been put in place for the provision of interpreters. However, the BBC reports that these changes are proving costly and causing delays.
Return to news
Czech Translator & Interpreter
“I am a professional interpreter and translator and have been working for Peak since 2009. I am qualified with the Diploma in Public Services Interpreting and registered on the National Register of Public Service Interpreters. I work with the police, courts and health & social services as well as for private businesses. Peak are an exceptional agency in terms of offering me regular and suitable assignments and ensuring that I am fully briefed on each one. The service is first class.”
Germany's longest word, Rindfleischetikettierungsüberwachungsaufgabenübertragungsgesetz, which is 63 ...
New findings by a Yale University researcher, Keith Chen, support the controversial theory that our finances and our heal...