Council committee agrees Belfast street sign policy
A Belfast City Council committee has agreed a new policy that makes it easier for residents to apply for an Irish language street sign where they live.
If the plan is approved by the full council next month, only one resident on a city street will be required to start the application process.
The DUP opposed the move.
It said the new policy was misguided and that Irish streets signs were "not a matter of necessity".
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