Greater co-operation and connectivity with our other Celtic Cousins

Ireland is obviously something we should aspire to. Not only had they won their independence from the Union, but have become a successful nation on its own in Europe, and is now a member (albeit temporarily) on the UN Security Council. While Welsh Language and Culture has survived throughout the centuries, in Cornwall (Kernow) and Brittany (Breizh) it could use more attention. As we share the same linguistic and cultural heritage, we should help support them by offering classes on Brezhoneg or Kernowek, as well as teach more about their culture and history in a Wales alongside ours.