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A leaked document submitted to the Stormont (Northern Ireland parliament) talks proposes giving an additional £140 million of taxpayers’ money for Ulster-Scots, reveals News Letter, where you can find the full story. The proposal to increase public funding for Ulster-Scots cultural and linguistic initiatives is said to be £30 million less than the Irish language had received in the last five years. A paper outlining how the money would be spend was submitted for negotiations in April but the DUP now appears to have distanced itself from the document, it says, telling the News Letter that many papers were submitted to the talks, “none of which have any agreed or any other status.”

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