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'Blair conned SF on Irish Language Act' - Robinson

3 uair ó shin ‎ Independent.ie ‎
In his recollection of events during the 2006 St Andrews' talks, Mr Robinson said that while Sinn Féin genuinely believed an agreement to implement an Irish Language Act had been reached, there had been only "a tongue in ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

Ulster Scots is not enough to offset an Irish Language Act -

3 uair ó shin ‎ Belfast Newsletter ‎
For months there has been talk from some unionists about supporting Ulster Scots alongside Irish. ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

Ex-DUP leader Peter Robinson condemns Sinn Fein's 'absurd' s

10 uair ó shin ‎ Independent.ie ‎
"It is entirely legitimate for Sinn Fein to press for an Irish Language Act and of course there is every need for all the parties to respect, and where possible, accommodate differences, but that can never be a one-way s ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

Irish Language Commissioner received record complaints last

17 uair ó shin ‎ Irish Times ‎
The highest number of complaints made to An Coimisinéir Teanga (the Irish Language Commissioner) since the office was established in 2004 was received in 2016, new figures show. The 13th annual report published by An Coi ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

Sinn Féin points finger at DUP as Stormont talks drag on

17 uair ó shin ‎ Irish Times ‎
As talks continued at Stormont on Tuesday evening the Sinn Féin national chairman Declan Kearney accused the DUP of refusing to move on critical issues such as an Irish language act, same sex marriage and a bill of right ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

Irish language act a vehicle to hollow out our Britishness:

1 lá ó shin ‎ Belfast Newsletter ‎
An Irish language act enshrined in law would be a ?vehicle to hollow out our Britishness,? Jim Allister has claimed. The TUV leader described the prospect of granting official status to Irish as a ?kamikaze course? for t ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

DUP £1.5bn deal is a good one but who gets to spend it?

1 lá ó shin ‎ Irish Times ‎
There could be some form of quid pro quo between the Irish language and Ulster Scots, as long as there is a freestanding Irish language act, that would allow the DUP make a big concession while also saving some face. The ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

Irish language series to focus on Derry's traditional music

2 lá ó shin ‎ Derry Now ‎
For the third year running, presenter and singer, Gráinne Holland is shining a spotlight on the singers of Ulster. This summer, we're focusing on the singers of the north west in this aptly-titled series, 'Amhránaithe Dh ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

No mention of the border or the Irish language in DUP's Tory

2 lá ó shin ‎ thejournal.ie ‎
THE DUP'S DEAL to prop up Theresa May's Conservative Party focuses on three policies: pensions, armed forces and farming. The document, agreed today between Arlene Foster's party and the embattled Tory Prime Minister, co ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »

Immediate Reassurances and Possible Long-Term Rewards in Col

3 lá ó shin ‎ The University Times ‎
The scheme also raises the possibility of supplementing existing voluntary classes in the Irish language with the provision of an online course to staff and students. Trinity also appears to be exploring and engaging wit ... ar lean »   buan-nasc »