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Friday, 18 June 2010

Translation: Another unspoken cost of mass immigration

14th JUNE 2010: THIS was a brief but pointed contribution made by Andrew Brons under the Catch the Eye procedure to the debate on the Right to Interpretation and Translation in Criminal Proceedings.
"It is self evidently right that people facing criminal proceedings should have interpretation and translation services - especially since the European Arrest Warrant that allows people to be extradited for acts that are not offences in their own country.
"However, this is one of the unspoken costs of mass migration - one that was not admitted to when the process started."