Inside Europe: Northern Irish divisions resurface in language row

The Northern Irish Assembly has been out of session and locked in a political stalemate since January – over the Irish language. Nationalists want it recognized as an official language in Northern Ireland – but Unionists say it will erode the British character of the place. Still – despite no official support, the Irish language is witnessing a renaissance on its own. Don Duncan reports.

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