1213), the lawyer William of Drogheada (died 1245), Máel Muire Ó Lachtáin (died 1249), Malachias Hibernicus (fl.

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Scottish Gaelic remained the dominant languages of the Highlands into the 19th century, but has since declined.

Before and during the Gregorian mission of 596 AD, Irish Christians such as Columba (521–97), Buriana, Diuma, Ceollach, Saint Machar, Saint Cathan, Saint Blane, Jaruman, Wyllow, Kessog, St Govan, Donnán of Eigg, Foillan and Saint Fursey began the conversion of the British, Picts and early English peoples.

By the mid-1930s, Great Britain was the choice of many who had to leave Ireland.

Britain's wartime economy (1939–45) and post-war boom attracted many Irish people to expanding cities and towns such as London, Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow and Luton.

The most significant exodus followed the worst of a series of potato crop failures in the 1840s - the Irish Potato Famine.

It is estimated that more than one million people died and almost the same again emigrated.Today, Ireland is divided between the independent Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.Today, millions of residents of Great Britain are either from Ireland or have Irish ancestry.1441–1483), all of whom made successful lives in Britain.Historically, Irish immigrants to the United Kingdom in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries were considered over-represented amongst those appearing in court.However, recently some archeologists have argued against this view, saying that there is no archeological or placename evidence for a migration or a takeover by a small group of elites.