Scathing report by Public Accounts Committee criticises government’s approach.
One year after Brexit, Scotland’s fishing industry is still mired in chaos, leaving many businesses fearing for their future as deliveries to Europe continue to be snarled in costly red tape and delays.
If energy shortages worsen, EU governments can resort to curbing sales of natural gas and power to 'third countries', which includes Britain as of this year.
"It’s very difficult to date for manufacturers to see any benefit from leaving," an organisation representing thousands of businesses has said.
Tariffs axed immediately on Australian beef and lamb, triggering fears that farmers will be sent ‘to the wall’ 15/06/2021
Small print – revealed by Canberra, but suppressed in London – reveals pledge to protect farmers for 15 years has been dropped.
SNP 'will not accept' Westminster veto of second Scottish independence referendum, leaked memo suggests 05/11/2020
Confidential documents cannot be revealed until five years after a deal is in force.
Nicola Sturgeon has earmarked the second half of next year as the best time to have a vote.