UK: Regional Language Strategy?

Harold Schiffman hfsclpp at
Tue Nov 25 12:55:01 UTC 2008

Regional Language Strategy

Mark Devenport 24 Nov 08, 02:05 PM The DUP may still be against an
Irish Language Act, but in a written answer to Daithi McKay, the
Culture Minister Gregory Campbell has now confirmed that he is working
on a "regional language strategy" which will cover both Irish and
Ulster Scots. Mr Campbell expects to present a paper to the Executive
"in due course".
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