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Ian Blackford has accused Labour of trying to "out-Brexit" the government on immigration policy. / And the SNP Westminster leader called on the prime minister to accept Brexit was a "significant long-term cause" of UK economic problems. / Rishi Sunak said he was proud to have supported Brexit and it was the "right thing for this country".
Ian Blackford has urged Rishi Sunak to "admit that Brexit is a significant long-term cause of the UK economic crisis." / The Scottish National Party's Westminster leader asked when the prime minister will "finally see reality."
Fishing leaders from the north-east coast to Orkney and the Western Isles have joined calls to plead with the UK Government for a re-think of Brexit immigration rules.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford says Brexit is now starting to harm the UK economy. He asked if the government would negotiate an economic agreement with the EU, or if he would "wilfully push the UK into recession".
John Swinney has claimed Boris Johnson and the Tories are "undermining" devolution as he blasted the controversial Brexit Freedoms Bill.
THE SNP’s Westminster leader has made a plea to Scots who are undecided on independence as the consequences of Brexit become more apparent.
A Brexit supported businessman who bombarded MPs with a string of ‘vile’ emails including death threats has been jailed for a year.
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.
Liz Truss insists ‘British farmers have absolutely nothing to fear from this deal at all’
THE SNP have slammed Boris Johnson for “betraying” Scottish farmers over plans to go ahead with a tariff-free trade deal with Australia.
A UK-Australia trade deal would be the “final nail in the coffin" for Scottish crofters, Ian Blackford has said.
Boris Johnson has been warned his prospective free trade deal with Australia could “decimate” the British farming industry, as opposition parties unite against a zero-tariff agreement.
Ian Blackford suggested that the UK's proposed trade deal with Australia would send 'farmers down under'.
Boris Johnson has laughed off claims that he's planning “planning to throw our farmers and crofters under the Brexit bus” over trade negotiations with Australia.
Ian Blackford has claimed the proposed trade deal with Australia could see farmers and families “driven off the land”.
A UK cabinet row on allowing tariff free imports from Australia has exposed fears that a trade deal will destroy Scottish farming and open up another front in the independence debate.
A self-confessed “angry man” who threatened to decapitate former Speaker John Bercow and said Jeremy Corbyn “should be hung” in a five-month tirade of abuse over Brexit is facing jail.
EUROPE will welcome back Scotland with open arms – that’s the message of a stirring new video that has captivated social media users.
“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."
A man accused of sending “horrifically offensive” death threats to senior MPs including Jeremy Corbyn and John Bercow over Brexit has appeared in court for the first time today.
Paul Ritchie, 34, is accused of sending a stream of threats to prominent politicians including Amber Rudd, Jo Swinson, Chuka Umunna and Dominic Grieve
Boris Johnson’s “sea of opportunity” promise to fishermen has turned into a “nightmare”, with hundreds of thousands of pounds of sales lost due to new red tape, the SNP’s Westminster leader has said.
The party's Westminster leader Ian Blackford said leaving the EU was an "act of economic vandalism" that would damage Scotland.
Pro-independence party calls for Boris Johnson to pay for mounting costs and disruption of leaving EU.
Firms face “crippling uncertainly” and there is a “real threat “of food and medicine shortages in the new year, Ian Blackford has said. / The SNP Westminster leader called for an economic impact assessment to be released on the costs of the PM's “extreme Tory Brexit plans”.