Deaf news in BSL from Remark: JDA Deaf Awareness training success |Texting more popular than calls in UK | MPs to launch court interpreting inquiry

Posted on July 27, 2012



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VRSToday! campaign suspended

VRSToday! Campaign has been suspended after a key financial backer withdrew its support

Jewish Deaf Association Deaf Awareness Training a success!

As part of their Deaf Awareness Training, JDA teach signs for Take That’s greatest hits.

DSPY Voting Opens

DSPY have made a call to the public to nominate who you think should win in each category.

MPs to launch court interpreting inquiry

The House of Commons justice select committee is launching an investigation into an interpreting company who was awarded a £300m contract

Texting now more popular than phone calls in UK

British communications regulator Ofcom said that the number of mobile phone calls have fallen for the first time ever as more Britons are turning to texts.

Deaf Zimbabweans to boycott elections

Deaf voters in Zimbabwe have promised not take part in future elections after a parliamentary select committee ignored their grievances.

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