Cabinet Office: Welsh Language

Cabinet Office written question – answered on 28th October 2015.

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Holding answer received on 23 October 2015

The Welsh Language Act does not require government departments to prepare Welsh Language Schemes.

The Government Digital Service works closely with the Wales Office to ensure that that the Welsh language content on GOV.UK is underpinned by high quality user research that provides a simpler, clearer and faster service for users. It also gives government departments and other organisations which publish material on GOV.UK the ability to publish Welsh-language content in line with the requirements of their individual Welsh Language Schemes.

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