Glasgow City Council told to take Irish language incident more seriously

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meehalScottish authorites are being accused of not taking seriously a complaint made by a group of Donegal people allegedly offloaded by a Glasgow taxi driver for speaking Irish.
Two of the four in the taxi were native Irish speakers, however when they communicated with each other in Irish they were told to either stop or get out of the taxi.
Enforcement officers from Glasgow City Council are now looking in to a formal complaint against the driver, who works for Hampden Cabs.
The incident happened last month.
Independent local election candidate Micheál Cholm Mac Giolla Easbuig has contacted the council to complain – he has accused the council of not taking the matter seriously:


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