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Scottish politicians react angrily to PM calling it Tony Blair’s ‘biggest mistake’
Boris Johnson has come under fire for reportedly telling a virtual meeting of Conservative MPs that devolution had been a "disaster" in Scotland.
Most of the fishing that takes place close to the west coast of Scotland is for shellfish, and most of the catch is exported to Europe.
SCOTTISH sheep farmers have blasted a Tory minister's "laughable" claim about the potential for selling lamb to the EU after Brexit.
DISRUPTION to medical supplies and potential coronavirus vaccines as a result of Brexit cannot be ruled out, Scotland’s Deputy First Minister has said.
THE “sheer scale” of uncertainty created by Brexit is proving extremely challenging for fishing and farming businesses, MSPs have been told.
First poll would be on principle of independence - with second ‘yes’ vote on outcome of negotiations required before Union is broken up.
New research finds current Tory leader ‘loathed’ by Scots in a way David Cameron and Theresa May were not.
Confusion over ability to sell to Northern Ireland after 31 December hits farmers hard.
A TORY peer has said that Scotland will “almost certainly” become independent in the next decade, which he claimed would be a “constitutional and political tragedy”.
A SENIOR German politician has given her support for an independent Scotland joining the EU – further undermining a plot by UK Tories to block the new state from being a member.
SEet up offices in every European capital to prepare for independent Scotland's re-entry into the EU, a leading Irish politician has urged the Scottish Government.
Peers will launch bid to block legislation until it’s been approved by Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The legislation begins its passage through the House of Lords on Monday and is likely to be heavily amended.
Brexit means Boris Johnson’s argument against Indyref2 – that it was a ‘once in a generation’ vote – is ‘no longer effective’.
‘Scottish public have shifted even further towards supporting an independent Scotland, with record numbers now saying they would vote Yes’
ONE-THIRD of voters are more likely to back independence in a future referendum as a result of the UK Government’s “power grab” Internal Market Bill, according to the super-sized poll commissioned by Progress Scotland.
The UK Education Secretary has refused to rule out the possibility Westminster will use its post-Brexit powers to impose tuition fees on Scots students.
A protest against the UK Internal Market Bill will be held outside the UK Government’s headquarters in Edinburgh today.
SCOTLAND should have its own ferry route to the European continent to bypass the “shambles” Brexit has created on the Kent border, an SNP MP has said.