'We do need to review' Welsh language standards
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'We need to review' Welsh language standards law

Welsh language minister Alun Davies has told BBC Wales that a law giving people rights to access services in Welsh is "too complicated" and will be reviewed.

The Welsh language standards came into force in 2016, requiring councils, national parks and the Welsh Government to provide some services bilingually.

"It's always going to be a question of what is reasonable and what is fair," Mr Davies said.

  • 06 Jan 2017