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Welsh Language in Crisis
The BBC has reported that, according to Meirion Prys Jones, head of the Welsh Language Board, the Welsh language is still in crisis and would not survive without a cash injection and change in attitude in the Welsh government.
So, with the Welsh Language Board set to disappear in April and its functions being handed over to the new Welsh language commissioner, what does the future hold for the language?
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