Judicial Review – How did it go? #WhereIsTheInterpreter

Today is the day that a Deaf campaigners take Government to court over BSL access to Covid briefings.

Update: Judicial Review at GDA

Judicial Review – Morning update: Reg Cobb interview Hazma Shaikh.

Judicial Review – afternoon update with Reg Cobb.

Apologies for the background light.

End of Judicial Review with Reg Cobb, and other deaf BSL users at GDA.


Judicial Review: How did it go?


What is Judicial Review?

Chris Fry, who has led this legal challenge, explains what a Judicial Review is with Helen Caldwell, a BSL/English Interpreter.

Credit to RAD for editing and subtitles

Statement #WhereIsTheInterpreter from RAD


Yesterday (Wednesday 16 June 2021) RAD, along with dozens of members of the deaf community, attended the Judicial Review hearing of the #WhereIsTheInterpreter campaign (Katherine Rowley v Minister for the Cabinet Office). It was a historic day for deaf people everywhere, and we are incredibly proud to have supported the campaign, and to have provided written evidence in support of the case.

Whilst a verdict has not yet been reached, we would like to congratulate everyone who has been involved in the campaign, and legal case. We really are stronger together!

Regardless of the outcome, we will continue to work tirelessly and collaboratively with others to defend, and promote, the needs and rights of deaf people.

#WhereIsTheInterpreter: Media briefing note: Thank you to RAD for the translation.


GDA on the Point West News:

GDA on the news! Reg Cobb is featured alongside Lynn Stewart-Taylor, the Deaf Activist leading the Where is the Interpreter campaign. An important day for Deaf people that we were delighted to be part of. Here’s hoping for a positive outcome.

BBC Point West
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