Government in court for no sign language at Covid briefings

Government in court for no sign language at Covid briefings

Government in court for no sign language at Covid briefings By Keiligh Baker BBC News - Published The government is being taken to court today by 276 deaf people over the lack of British Sign Language (BSL) interpretation at the televised coronavirus briefings. The hearing at the Royal Courts of Justice in London will see a judge decide if the complainants are entitled to compensation. Campaigner Lynn Stewart-Taylor says the lack of provision during the pandemic made the deaf community …