Gaelic Or Garlic?

27th January 2006 at 00:00
Highland councillor Bill Fulton had a warning for colleagues when the education committee discussed consultations with parents on turning Sleat primary in the south of Skye into an all-Gaelic school. He said: "I have had more than a few phone calls on this issue using words like 'fascist'

and 'Mafia'." As they don't say in Gaelic.

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