The University of Glasgow has launched a new plan to promote the teaching and learning of Gaelic and increase the use of Gaelic, alongside English, in university communications. The university's principal and vice chancellor, Anton Muscatelli, said in a statement that Glasgow “aspires to securing the status of Gaelic as an official language of Scotland.”
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