In Irish Gaelic
didn't know there where any Gaelic speaking people in the group (of any Gaelic language) since the language family has taken so much abuse by English imperialism over the course of centuries.
In some parts of Wales like half the people there speak Welsh still & with the nationalism they're spekaing it more,
I didn't either, but as Gaelic and Welsh had both been requested, I dutifully obliged. Indeed, Irish Gaelic has been described as a "dying" language to me...
It is. Their history is one really long story of oppression from the English. A lot of Irish, and Welsh have been the hardest fighters for socialism because defeating Anglo-Saxon capitalism is the best hope of free themselves from the English, that's at least how James Connolly saw it.
A Scottish nationalist told me part of the reason he is a nationalist is because he feels England is a backward country and too 'conservative' (read: reactionary) for him. That and I guess, cultural differences he feels still.