THE people of Scotland should not have their fates “imposed upon” them, Nicola Sturgeon has told MSPs.
THE UK Government faces having to pass as many as 15 Brexit-related laws over the next few years, leaving “very little space” for other legislation, a report has warned.
WHILE European Union leaders gather in Italy today to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, the declaration that, effectively, sealed the founding of the EU, the UK will stay away.
SCOTLAND should be “very concerned” about the impact of Brexit on its ability to attract skilled talent, particularly in the high-value digital, technical and engineering industries, according to an international resourcing company.
CONFIDENCE in Scotland’s construction sector has remained steady for the third consecutive quarter, but there are is uncertainty about how Brexit will affect the industry, leaving it with a sense it’s in “limbo”, according to the latest…
A HOLYROOD vote expected to back Nicola Sturgeon’s call for a second independence referendum will take place next Tuesday – the day before Theresa May launches the formal process to take the UK out of the European Union.
A SUPERCHARGED vow to beef up the Scottish Parliament’s powers beyond their current level could shape the debate ahead of a second referendum on Scottish independence, according to a leading academic.
MARTIN McGuinness was drafted in to calm down a blazing row at a recent meeting between the Scottish and UK Governments over Brexit, a former Northern Ireland first minister has claimed.
TRUCK queues at Dover and “disruption” to air traffic were scenarios set out by the EU’s chief negotiator yesterday as he warned of “serious consequences for everyone” if Britain and the EU fail to reach a Brexit deal.
ALTHOUGH the official starting gun has yet to be fired on this new momentous campaign, we all know that persuading those who voted No is our mission. In this regard I enlist the help of The National. I never throw it away after reading it, I always…