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The agreement solidifies the pro-independence majority in Holyrood and says a new Scottish independence referendum will be sought in the first half of the parliamentary session - if the COVID-19 pandemic is over.
THE SNP’s Westminster leader has made a plea to Scots who are undecided on independence as the consequences of Brexit become more apparent.
THE damage of Brexit, widely anticipated in Scotland where it was soundly rejected, is now unleashing an avalanche of bad news for farming, the heartbeat of our rural community.
The trade deal between the UK and Australia should be subject to a vote in the House of Commons and Holyrood, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
SCOTTISH Tory MSPs refused to recognise the impact of Brexit on Scotland during a Holyrood debate yesterday – and defended the UK Government’s decision to leave the Erasmus scheme.
WATCHING our new and returning MSPs get into Holyrood and start work has been great to see, and the contrast between Scotland’s two parliaments last week was thought provoking than most.
On the first official day of campaigning in the 2021 Scottish Parliament elections, polling expert Sir John Curtice considers the "intense" battle for every vote ahead of polling day on 6 May.
“If Westminster maintains its control, recent history shows what Scotland can expect: an economic recovery hindered by a hard Brexit that is already taking a significant toll and the continued, systematic undermining of devolution, which is weakening our parliament’s powers to maintain food and environmental standards and protect the NHS from post-Brexit trade deals."
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SEAFOOD exporters are starting to lose hope in the face of post-Brexit red tape, MSPs have been told, while meat exports may never return to normal.
Scottish firms have been “thrown to the wolves” over the post-Brexit trade chaos at cross-channel ports and the situation may worsen, MSPs have been warned.
MUSICIANS have been hit by a “double whammy” of coronavirus restrictions and the impact of Brexit, MSPs have been told.
MSPs have rejected a Tory motion calling for indyref2 to be scrapped.
Whitehall is to bypass the devolved administrations and replace European structural funds with a centrally-controlled fund.
Scottish and Northern Irish parliaments condemn deal in symbolic votes as Westminster backs it
MSPs have voted to reject the post-Brexit trade deal agreed between the UK and the EU, calling instead for a "pause" in the process to reconsider.
MSPs are set to pass legislation which would allow ministers to keep Scottish law in line with future EU regulations.
Drew Hendry stages protest as he warns controversial legislation will ‘demolish devolution’
Ministers at Holyrood are still trying to find ‘additional space’ in the event that freight traffic bound for Northern Ireland had to be ‘stacked’ due to border delays.
Senedd members have rejected a post-Brexit law on trade in the UK after claims it would "neuter" devolution.
THE “sheer scale” of uncertainty created by Brexit is proving extremely challenging for fishing and farming businesses, MSPs have been told.
The legislation begins its passage through the House of Lords on Monday and is likely to be heavily amended.
‘Scottish public have shifted even further towards supporting an independent Scotland, with record numbers now saying they would vote Yes’
A protest against the UK Internal Market Bill will be held outside the UK Government’s headquarters in Edinburgh today.
Lord Neuberger condemns internal market bill for exempting some of its powers from legal challenge