We are told repeatedly that Scotland trades four times as much with the UK as we do with the EU? The Brexit deal shows that won’t be hurt by independence.
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David Davis, the man in charge of the Brexit negotiations has clearly misled parliament with regards to the Brexit impact papers and should face punishment.
With all the commotion yesterday, you may have missed the DUP and the Scottish Tories depriving the devolved parliaments of post-brexit powers.
Off the cuff joke or attempt to discredit an expert? Asking a Civil Engineer his political affiliations in an interview about bridges is extraordinary.
A look at the mixed messages from UKGov about the Brexit economic impact assessments. Why are they so reluctant to publish what they promised they would?
There are viable ways for Scotland to stay in the EU Single Market, even when part of a post-Brexit UK, according to Dr Nikos Skoutaris.
In 2014, Iain Gray and Scottish Labour seemed to be pretty keen on fracking in Scotland. Now they are claiming responsibility for banning it.
According to the OECD, in 2018 UK growth is set to be decisively outperformed by most other major European countries and Brexit is to blame.
If you want to understand how to persuade No voters to move to Yes, then check out the up to date, “Journey to Yes” collection of films by Phantom Power
In this video, Adam Posen, President of the Peterson Institute for International Economics advises how the UK is about to be mugged by reality.
Brian Quail is a 79-year-old retired Latin teacher. He is currently remanded in custody after being arrested for peacefully protesting against Trident.
Please stop defending Trident against peaceful protesters like Brian Quail, and defend Brian Quail – and humanity – against Trident.
Part there of the Unlock Democracy Report. This time we look at Repatriating EU Powers with respect to the devolved administrations.
Part two of the Unlock Democracy Report. This time we look at how Scotland’s influence on Brexit is A Matter Of Politics, Not Law
Part one of the Unlock Democracy Report. This time we look at how Scotland is reliant on the kindness of a Tory Government
In this 2 minute video, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon explains why it is unsustainable for Holyrood to be a sticking plaster for Tory cuts.