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A Greek dad based in Edinburgh has hit out at the Home Office after he was 'passed from pillar to post' trying to secure a temporary share code that would allow him to complete a mortgage application.
Shona Campbell, insolvency partner at business advisory and accountancy firm Henderson Loggie, has been appointed as liquidator of Holoxica, the holographic 3D visualisation company. / "Global supply chain issues, changes in trading conditions because of Brexit and the pandemic have created cashflow challenges for the company," the liquidator said.
An SNP MP has said there is “no way to polish that jobbie” at a rally in Edinburgh marking three years since the UK left the EU.
Alyn Smith spoke at a rally in Edinburgh on Tuesday evening, marking the third anniversary of the UK leaving the EU.
As the UK marks three years since leaving the EU, only voters in three areas do not regret quitting the bloc.
TIME for Scotland and local Yes groups have organised rallies across Scotland for those who want to express how they feel on the third anniversary of Brexit.
ACTIVISTS in Edinburgh have kicked off the third anniversary Brexit events with action outside the UK Government Hub.
Labour shortages, Brexit red tape and the war in Ukraine will lead to further increases in construction costs in the UK, according to a major survey.
Business owners have blamed Brexit for a staffing crisis on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile as the tourist season is set to get under way.
MORE than a year after the UK fully withdrew from the EU, an Edinburgh business owner has revealed he still spends countless hours on admin just trying to get items to and from Europe.
An Edinburgh restaurateur has blamed Brexit and lockdown struggles for the “heart-breaking” decision to permanently shut a popular Morningside restaurant.
Toy shop owner Donald Nairn has been warned to expect stock shortages in the run-up to Christmas.
The acclaimed artist's new work, Song Of The Union, is a constantly changing, seven-channel sound piece intended to "give voice to EU citizens living in the UK who were unable to vote in the 2016 Brexit referendum," according to the press release.
Eight-year-old Murray Gray, from Edinburgh, must fund £1,300 in cannabis oil shipments from Holland every month to battle life threatening epilepsy seizures
A protest against the UK Internal Market Bill will be held outside the UK Government’s headquarters in Edinburgh today.
70,000 city jobs in at-risk sectors.
Pro-Remain parties in Northern Ireland criticise ‘petty’ decision by UK government.
Government now rejecting EU oversight of implementing Northern Ireland agreement.
The UK position 14 months ago is in sharp contrast to the flat rejection of an EU office in Belfast under Boris Johnson's government.
The European Parliament has decided to retain an office in Scotland after Brexit.
SCOTS have bid farewell to the European Commission's Edinburgh base after it posted a video showing the removal of its EU flag. / While the European Parliament is set to keep its Scotland office beyond Brexit, the Commission will no longer operate from Edinburgh's Alva Street.