In the latest film by Phantom Power, George Reid and Alan Bissett discuss the precarious situation Scotland currently finds itself in post-Brexit vote.
Tagged: Great Repeal Bill
On Monday Parliament supported a bill giving the Tories dictatorial powers and on Tuesday they voted to give them control over scrutiny of those powers.
On the anniversary of devolution, 13 Scottish Tory MPs who campaigned for election on the sole promise of subverting democracy, did just that.
You can see from the government’s plan, they intend to get on with the day job, protect Scotland’s interests post-EU, and keep door open for indyref2
Anyone else get the feeling that the recent manoeuvring of Colonel Ruth is more about influencing the Scottish people than influencing Theresa May?
Not sure how they missed the publication of the Great Repeal Bill but we can assure STV that Holyrood won’t automatically get EU powers after Brexit
We’ve been warning about the Great Repeal Bill for months. Turns out we were right. UKGov does intend to use undemocratic means to steal Scottish powers.
It is welcome that Labour is going to alter the Great Repeal Bill. However, this will be in vain if they don’t win parliament a meaningful Brexit veto.
The whole Brexit process has highlighted Scotland’s lack of sovereignty. The Great Repeal Bill is going to make things a lot worse. Question is, do we care?