A new campaign has been launched by The Welsh Language Society Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg in Caernarfon today.
The society is calling for new measures to safeguard the language after the census recorded a drop in Welsh speakers.
Under the title 'Living Manifesto', the society says there should be changes to planning rules, education, and Welsh language use in the public sector.
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