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Saving the Irish language is easy

By Brendan Patrick Keane at Irish Central In three years we could have as many Irish speakers as Iceland’s population. If the 800,000 Irish school kids had a choice, more than half would go to a Gaelscoil – voluntarily. Demand … Continue reading

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Government Policy is undermining the Irish Language – Gerry Adams

Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams TD yesterday took part in the march and rally – ‘Lá Mór na Gaeilge’ – in Dublin to protest at the “government policy which is inexorably strangling the Irish language”. Teachta Adams said: “I want … Continue reading

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