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Swinney announces Gaelic and Mòd cash

SCOTLAND’S Deputy First Minister John Swinney used his appearance at Friday night’s opening ceremony for the 2017 Royal National Mòd in Fort William to announce more cash to fund Gaelic language and culture initiatives, writes Mark Entwistle.

The Scottish Government is awarding £35,000 to the Royal National Mòd towards Gaelic education initiatives and a further £20,000 of core funding every year from 2018.

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