Frequently Asked Questions - Will Gaelic be recognised as an official language in an independent Scotland?
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In Scotland, Gaelic has a significant level of official support from the Scottish Government. Official recognition for Gaelic is also provided by the 2005 Gaelic Act. In an independent Scotland this official recognition would be confirmed and maintained.
Source: Scotland's Future, Scottish Government, November 2013.