DCSIMG

Language barrier

By any measure the ­public funding of Gaelic is very ­modest and it attracts a disproportionate level of scrutiny. People, like Crawford Mackie (Letters, 21 
November), who are against public expenditure on Gaelic need not resort to inflammatory language such as “discrimination” in relation to Gaelic jobs.

 

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