The evidence that leaving the European Union was a bad idea just keeps pouring in – Angus Robertson 29/11/2022
Every now and again the full, ongoing Brexit disaster is illustrated in technicolour. New evidence has been published showing how appalling it is for the economy, exports, jobs and the health service.
ANGUS Robertson has urged the UK Government to push back their "bonfire" of Brexit laws until 2029.
HOLYROOD has been urged to withhold consent to the UK Government's so-called Brexit freedoms bill. / The plans to scrap at least 2,400 laws carried over from the UK’s 47-year membership of the EU have proved controversial.
Opposition to the retained EU law bill is mounting, as the government discovers the importance and popularity of EU law.
The powers ensure that Scottish drinking water aligns with standards set by the European Union.
Powers passed to help in dealing with the impact of Brexit are being used for the first time to ensure Scotland’s drinking water aligns with standards set by the European Union.
POWERS passed to help in dealing with the impact of Brexit are being used for the first time to ensure Scotland’s drinking water aligns with standards set by the European Union.
Constitution Secretary Angus Robertson told the event an independent Scotland could be a ‘bridge’ between the EU and the rest of the UK. /
AN SNP minister has accused the UK Government of attempting to “row back 47 years of protections” after publishing plans to amend, repeal or replace all EU legislation.
The Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill to scrap European laws was introduced by the UK Government on Thursday.
Brexit is costing the economy dear, no matter what 'Brexit Opportunities Minister' Jacob Rees-Mogg says – Angus Robertson MSP 28/03/2022
“Brexit Opportunities Minister”. How about that for a contradiction in terms? Yet, this is a genuine post created for the oft-called “Member of Parliament for the 18th Century”, Jacob Rees-Mogg.
Scotland’s constitution secretary has warned the UK government’s so-called Brexit Freedoms Bill poses a renewed threat to devolution.
“If these proposals involve changing the law in devolved policy areas, then pressing ahead without the consent of the Scottish parliament would demonstrate yet again the UK government’s intent to undermine devolution," a senior Scottish minister has said.
John Swinney has claimed Boris Johnson and the Tories are "undermining" devolution as he blasted the controversial Brexit Freedoms Bill.
BORIS Johnson’s “Brexit Freedoms” Bill poses a direct threat to the powers of the Scottish Parliament, the deputy first minister has warned.
The government has set out a plan to overhaul EU laws copied over after Brexit - a move it says will cut unnecessary "red tape" for businesses.
The Scottish Government has signalled its intention for Scotland to re-join the EU as an independent nation. / Brexit has been labelled as an “ongoing, cumulative calamity” – one year on from the UK cutting ties with the EU.
A report from the Royal Bank of Scotland shows a near-record high number of vacancies with plummeting applicants.
It is not always a source of celebration to be proved right.
ANGUS Robertson has said that Brexit is the "biggest single factor" in the UK's supply chain crisis.
Damaging legacy of Brexit - GOV.SCOT 24/06/2021
The harm done to Scotland’s economy, trade, population, education and governance by Brexit is becoming increasingly clear, a new paper finds.
The Scottish Government paper claims Brexit is damaging business, migration and devolution itself, with External Affairs Secretary Angus Robertson (below) insisting “Scotland has to consider its future path” when the coronavirus pandemic is over.
EU citizens in Scotland have just a week left to apply for settled status – Angus Robertson MSP 22/06/2021
Only one week remains for all EU neighbours and friends in Scotland to apply for settled status.
In this strange post-Brexit place, Britain thinks it can wave the rules - Angus Robertson 08/06/2021
Whitehall is increasingly all over the place when it comes to governing Scotland.