Letters: Drive to spread Gaelic is no more than political subterfuge

Letters: Drive to spread Gaelic is no more than political subterfuge

GILBERT MacKay (Letters, June 11) seems to take a romantic view of the emerging use of the Gaelic language on signage in the Lowlands of Scotland). It had most certainly died out as a spoken language in most of the Scottish Lowlands during the life of Robert Burns, who himself could not speak Gaelic.
Source: Heral News

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