Achub Ein Hiaith
In this volume the author, a former member of the Welsh Labour Executive, argues that to give the Welsh language a secure future there must be a much more aggressive teaching campaign in Wales's English-medium secondary schools. The only way to ensure that 50 per cent of the population will be speaking Welsh by 2025 he argues, is if all secondary schools in Wales become bilingual.
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