Three Deaf mothers have won a landmark case after gig promoters working for the band Little Mix refused to provide BSL interpreters. Lawyer Chris Fry argued on behalf of the parents that they were only able to follow part of the event, and only after issuing an application for an injunction in the County Court. The Little Mix events promoter had refused to accept that British Sign Language (BSL) Interpreters were reasonably required, and when challenged with legal action threatened the families with costs liabilities of over £100,000.00.
Deaf mums win Little Mix concert case
Oct 8, 2021 | Parents & Carers