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  • The plight of the Afghan interpreters (continued)

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    The Daily Mail’s campaign “Betrayal of the Brave” to persuade Mr Cameron and his colleagues to grant Afghan interpreters asylum in the UK seems to be paying off. (see our blogs The plight of Afghani  interpreters (continued), Afghani interpreters still left to their fate, John Oliver on “Translators”: The plight of  Afghani interpreters). The paper reports (October 17) that “Sam”, whose life was

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  • Translation and the transformation of societies

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    Countries of the Arab world have played an important role in geo-politics in the past century or so. Sadly, the current situation is one of turmoil rather than the orderly progression of society. It was not always so. From the 7C to the 13C, Arab learning dominated world civilisation, whilst European nations were still struggling to create their own distinct

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  • European Day of Languages becomes a joke

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    The Sunday Times (September 27) had some fun at the expense of the European Day of Languages which took place (it seems an exaggeration to say “celebrated”) on September 26. The European Day of Languages was proclaimed by the Council of Europe on 6 December 2001, to encourage language learning across Europe. For the Sunday Times, it was an excuse

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  • Another annual audit ‘Passed’: all set to transition to ISO9001:2015

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    For the fifth consecutive year Anglia Translations Ltd has passed the ISO9001:2008with only minor recommendations or suggestions on how we might want to improve our already impeccable quality management system. We work hard all year round to ensure that our procedures accurately reflect and enhance the way we want to work. Our great relationships with both our suppliers and our clients are

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