Sinn Féin, Plaid Cymru, SNP and SDLP retain their seats · Alliance between Welsh and Scottish nationalists may have an important effect on a British parliament with no absolute majority, but LibDems hold the key to a next British government · Unionists in Northern Ireland lose a seat in favour of the Alliance Party.
The project for a new 'Gaelscoil' does not have the permission of the Department of Education · Organisations warn against the administration’s new criterion for opening schools as government has not recognised any Gaelic medium school since 2008.
The two countries are likely to discuss on decentralization, cultural heritage and the North Kosovo issue
Students of primary and secondary education take to the streets in a symbolic race in favour of Galician · 'Galician: the strength of our love' is this year’s slogan · The Correlingua started on Saturday and will come to a close in Monterrei on May 14 after passing through 14 towns and cities of the country.
The voting on April 25 adds up 265,000 voters to the process · Since the first consultation 2,300,000 people have been called to vote · The 'yes' vote to independence exceeds support to several parties in parliament such as IC-V, PP and ERC –the only party in Parliament that declares itself in favour of independence.
Delegations from Quebec, Basque Country, Faeroe Islands, Kurdistan and other 20 different stateless peoples and nations participate in a conference on globalization and the right to self-determination · The international delegations will also attend as international observers the consultation for Catalan independence to be held in Girona on Sunday.
NEWS IN BRIEF. The Ginealach Ùr na Gàidlig plan is intended to promote the Celtic language among new generations of speakers.