Nicola Sturgeon has warned a hard Brexit "threatens to be economically catastrophic" for the UK and intimated that a second referendum on Scottish independence is now "more likely". The First Minister was reacting to Prime Minister Theresa May's speech setting out her negotiation priorities for Brexit. Ms May said the UK would leave the Single Market—though attempt to maintain the "greatest possible access" to it—while forging a "bold" trade deal with the EU and similar new agreements around the world.
Nicola Sturgeon’s Brexit Minister was has been castigated for suggesting the EU single market is more important to Scottish companies than trade with England ahead of Theresa May setting out her hopes of creating a “more united” UK.
Dumfriesshire’s Tory Minister rejects call to support Scotland’s referendum result THE ONLY TORY MP IN SCOTLAND and member of the Westminster cabinet David Mundell has admitted that his role is not to represent his home country in government discussions. Speaking on Good Morning Scotland today [Wednesday 18 January], Mundell rejected calls “to defend the interests of the Scottish people in cabinet” through his role as Tory Scottish Secretary.
AFTER Theresa May’s Brexit speech stating that the United Kingdom will leave the single market, and Nicola Sturgeon’s response stating Brexit would be “economically catastrophic,” debates are now raging about the prospect of a second independence referendum. Scroll down to have your say on whether there should be a second referendum.The Scottish Conservatives and Scottish Labour have … Continued
Primarily aimed at stamping out sectarianism, the Offensive Behaviour at Football Act (OFBA) ranks among the SNP's most divisive pieces of legislation. Questions are now being asked about whether the act should be scrapped altogether.
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