akerbeltz wrote:Actually that's wrong, Greater Glasgow has the highest number of Gaelic speakers for an area its size, there are aver 10,000 speakers in this area, plus its home to Gaelic hubs such as BBC Alba and the Gaelic school.
It's a common misconception in general that only the Highlands and Islands are "Gaelic", in fact just over half of ALL speakers are in the Central Belt these days. That doesn't mean that doing something for the Highlands and Islands wouldn't make sense either but for starters, web based stuff is location independent. I'm not suggesting a blanket bilingual policy but a few doable things here and there. Having a Gaelic name would be a start, then maybe some web-based info.
akerbeltz wrote:I did so in my first post in this thread
such as for plain PPUK?
aramoro wrote:akerbeltz wrote: No other party does leaflets in Gaelic, for example.
There is a reason for this.
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