For how much longer will the Scottish public let Ruth Davidson sweep Tory Brexit damage under the carpet, by her constant use of the Scottish Independence card?
Category: Scotland out of the EU
The Scottish Government published a serious report into the impact of Brexit on Scotland. Up pops Labour and the Torys to ignore the key points and engage in whataboutery.
The Scottish Government has released research looking at the impact of Brexit on the Scottish Economy. The report predicts all forms of Brexit will be costly to the average person.
Jeremy Corbyn failed to turn up to a cross-party meeting designed to steer the UK towards a soft Brexit. Here is a joint statement from those progressive politicians who did put aside petty politics.
If you read the Herald, you might be forgiven for thinking the majority of Scots want to leave the EU Single Market. However, the research the Herald bases that conclusion on says exactly the opposite.
Despite two-thirds of Labour members wanting their party to remain in the Single Market, Corbyn seems determined to remain firmly on the fence.
According to a study published in the medical journal, The Lancet, all Brexit scenarios cause serious issues for the NHS, with a No-Deal scenario being disastrous.
According to a new report from the University of Birmingham, UK regions are set to suffer more than their EU counterparts due to Brexit trade decline.
The EU(Withdrawal) Bill has really shown the Scottish Tories in their true light. Time and time again they have voted against Scotland’s interests.
A new report by American Think Tank, the RAND Corporation, looked at 10 possible Brexit outcomes and finds 9 out of 10 are bad.
Today we got an inkling as to Theresa May’s Irish Border plan. It’s a sensible solution but the hard Brexiteers will now be sharpening their knives.
The main sticking point is that post-Brexit, the EU Withdrawal Bill moves powers to Westminster that should default to Holyrood.
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.
The Paradise Papers highlight just how many leading Brexiteers avoid paying taxes. Is it a coincidence that the EU was about to outlaw the practice?
If you work in any of these sectors and want to know the likely impact of Brexit on your job, why not do an FOI request for the Brexit impact reports?
Dutch bank Rabobank have published a report into the economic impact of Brexit. All Brexit scenarios will make you thousands of pounds worse off.