Hostility to Gaelic has no place in Scotland, says Deputy First Minister John Swinney

Hostility to Gaelic has no place in Scotland, says Deputy First Minister John Swinney
 

JOHN Swinney has condemned arguments that the Gaelic language should not be encouraged in Scotland.
The Deputy First Minister reaffirmed the Scottish Government's determination to strengthen the language as he delivered the Angus Macleod Memorial lecture during the Mod in Stornoway.
Swinney was making his first major speech on the subject since assuming ministerial responsibility for the Gaelic language following May's election.
His speech comes as part of the Scottish Government's ambition to build participation and economic activity in the future.
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19 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 37
Source: Daily Record
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