First orders

17th October 1997 at 01:00
Our Hibernian reporter (no, not that one - this is closer to the Emerald Isle) expects increased enrolment in Irish language classes in Glasgow. Students are wakening up to the fact that from next autumn they can avoid tuition fees by studying at an Irish university. Lesson one: dul ar meisce (to get drunk).

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