Category: Brexit

Another country

Jamie Jauncey is not perhaps the typical independence supporter, but when you factor in that his great-great-uncle was Robert Bontine Cunninghame Graham (Don Roberto) you may begin to understand his embracing of the independence...

Brexit means bust

James Withers is Chief Executive of Scotland Food & Drink, an organisation with over 400 member companies, set up in 2007 to grow the value and reputation of Scotland’s food and drink industry.  Scotland’s...

Scotland will be back

Through history, language and culture we are European. The European Union is a unique force for peace and well-being. The UK and Scotland should be active EU members working with partners to promote democracy,...

Baffling with bullshit

Much has been spouted, hands waving wildly, by the Prime Minister, his Ministers and his Tory MPs, to defend the breaching of international law by the Internal Market bill. But no matter how ardent...

The perfect storm

This is a Twitter thread by Tanja Bueltmann, Professor of History who holds a Chair in International History at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. She specialises in the history of migration and diaspora, particularly...

The currency question

And when the Westminster ‘No’ often doesn’t mean ‘No’. Unionists insisting Scotland would not be allowed another independence referendum have recently appeared to change their tune, now wanting to decide the franchise for indyre2...

No deal and damn the torpedoes.

Sixteen months ago Michael Gove, MP for Surrey Heath and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, believed that a no deal Brexit would be very damaging to farming in the UK. Yet in that...

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