As Northern Ireland attempts to restore its power-sharing government in Stormont after a 13-month stalemate, the question of an Irish Language Act looms large. 

Sinn Fein are holding out for an Irish Language Act that will see the Irish language taught in schools, used on road signs in addition to English, and set a quota for Irish language speakers in the civil service. 

Meanwhile, DUP leader Arlene Foster is adamant that there will be no such act, protesting that the DUP cannot agree to any measures that would give one language superior treatment over another. 

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DUP Leader Arlene Foster