Three Scottish Tory extreme Brexiteers just sent a letter to the Prime Minister, designed to blackmail her into a Brexit stance their constituents voted strongly against.
Category: Scotland out of the EU
I read Boris Johnson’s speech with an open mind but he failed in his goal to convince me Brexit will be a success. For that, I will need to hear more than daydreams.
In 2014, many No voters felt independence too risky as they were doing ok. However, psychology shows people take risks when faced with a loss like Brexit.
Pro-union opinion is changing. Previously, Scotland could be a successful country but was better off in the UK. Now both options are bad but independence is worse.
Scotland has very different immigration needs to the UK as a whole. The UK post-Brexit immigration plans are really bad for Scotland’s economy. Therefore, Scottish migration policy should be devolved.
Since the leak of the government’s own assessment of Brexit’s harsh impact on Scotland. Scottish Secretary David Mundell has gone AWOL.
The regional breakdown from the UK Governments own Brexit analysis, confirms that the recent ScotGov report was correct. All Brexit scenarios hurt Scotland.
Copy of a letter from Nicola Sturgeon to Theresa May underlining how important it is for Scotland to remain in the Single Market after Brexit.
‘To govern is to choose, and as we face the biggest challenge this country has faced since the Second World War, keeping every option open is no longer an option.’
UKGOV has debunked its own leaked Brexit report with the same fantasy it used to debunk the report released by the Scottish Government a few weeks earlier.
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?
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.