Is speaking languages other than English a health & safety risk?

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edwin

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Yes it seems - or at least according to Sports Direct - Sports Direct 'English-only' note in Bangor store probed - BBC News

It's got them in a bit of legal bother though.

Are they right, or do they deserve the little legal problem that's heading their way?
To be fair, it sounds like some local looper of a manager and not company policy. Obviously completely unacceptable but sadly not that shocking over here. Every country has idiots who are threatened by things they can't understand.

https://www.irishtimes.com/news/ireland/irish-news/irish-speaking-barman-leaves-job-after-being-told-not-to-speak-irish-1.2785633
 

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Spirit Of Newgrange

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when the Eurovision song contest convey their votes from France, i always think my telly is going to burst into flames.
 

Wascurito

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Nah, I forgot the question mark in the title & editing produced another thread for some reason.
Ironically, it was the one lacking the question mark that got the lion's share of the posts.
 

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She's not bad - from the neck up....:p


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