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The Irish language is everywhere in NI

Regarding Mrs Foster's comments on the Irish language, it strikes me as strange that someone born in a place called Dernawilt should lack even the basic curiosity to wonder what the name means and then discover it is derived from the Irish (certainly not Polish) "Doire an Mhoilt" (the "oak wood of the wether").

Perhaps, Mrs Foster, we (and that includes you) live and breathe Irish without recognising it most of the time.



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