Straight Level wrote:"Outwith", Scottish English for outside.
Will Cardiff ATC now be instructing us to 'remain outwith controlled airspace'? Or when necessary "informing us we are now inwith controlled airspace
'Inwith' is also perfectly valid Scots
With advent of new UK government in 1997 with many Scots Ministers, ISTR both 'outwith' and 'inwith' started appearing in central government publications, including White Papers, and internal correspondence eg inwith MoD. Previously, the only Scots expression commonly seen in official writing was the epistolatory signature 'Yours Aye,' which I was taught many decades ago on a mandatory military 'official writing' course was acceptable in a Letter (but not a Despatch), but only from a self-identified Scot
[Welsh aside deleted as I realised I'd misremembered the needed prepositional insert for the context, which would have made the Welsh longer
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