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Tag: Brexit

Question Time faces many questions

By Russell Bruce Question time from Motherwell raised many questions about the programme format and production. There was an...

Sturgeon in US: why failure to reach Brexit deal would be...

By Russell Bruce The PBS interview is a model of how events should be reported. The First Minister's visit to the US has aroused a...

Scotland’s been DUPed

This was more about Scotland and the danger we might chose to leave the UK as May's government stumbles from farce to incompetence to international distrust and plays it all again on a never ending roundabout.

P&O Ferries sail away

By Russell Bruce Brexit is all going swimmingly as companies go global instead of the 'global Britain' that was promised. P&O ferries, founded...

Corbyn falls flat

Jeremy Corbyn visited Wakefield to set out his and Labour's version of Brexit for leaving the EU. Short story he wants a...

Is England still spiking democracy’s guns?

By Russell Bruce Tory party members want to leave the EU without a deal. In a straight choice between...

98 days and we are out of the EU with no...

By Russell Bruce Scotland has been clear and support for staying in the EU has increased according to all recent polling. But we...

Broken Brexit: fragmented, fractious and farcical

By Russell Bruce Tim Harford in the Financial Times has written an interesting article comparing Brexit to the building of the Sydney Opera House, a...

Brexit: Out means Out

By Russell Bruce When Neville Chamberlain returned from Munich in 1938 he came back with a useless piece of paper. ‘Peace in our time’ was...

Brexit and Scotland

By Russell Bruce Newsnet is pleased to present this fascinating video of a packed meeting in Selkirk last week. Michael Russell MSP, is the Cabinet...