80 senior Labour figures have written to their leader asking him to keep Labour in the Single Market. Most party members agree with them but will Corbyn listen?
In a week in which figures show EU citizens leaving in their droves, I discovered this interesting book which collects the testimonies of those affected by Brexit.
David Mundell has finally been located and questioned about the leaked Brexit impact papers. Despite plenty of time to think, he doesn’t put the mind at ease.
If you are worried about an erosion of hard fought for Human Rights after Brexit, then persuade your organisation to sign up for the Scotland Declaration on Human Rights.
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.
The last few days have seen an attack on the Good Friday Agreement by Brextremists. They see an end to peace as collateral damage for delivering a hard-Brexit.
In 2014, May warned Scotland about the dire consequences of post-separation security. Now, she is selling a deep and special post-Brexit security arrangement.
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.
An in-depth look at the demise of Carillion and the dangers of selling off the State to the lowest bidder, via Not Another Fake Newscast.
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.
Looking at the latest OECD pension report, which shows the UK pension as bottom of the table, one can’t help thinking about Better Together scaremongering.
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.