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Tag: Brexit

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...

Brexit: UK politics in a maelstrom of indecision

By Russell Bruce When the only certainty is uncertainty, Scotland must take up the reins of positive direction and not keep hanging on to find...

Exclusive: Scotland Remain polling data analysed

By Russell Bruce Newsnet has obtained the dataset behind Sunday’s story in the Observer on the shift in support in 112 UK constituencies from Leave...

A powder keg waiting to explode

Molly Pollock looks at the structure of companies in the UK and Scotland and finds many Brexit worries with one businessman describing it as...

Jam today or in 50 years when Brexit might come good

By Dorothy Bruce Dorothy Bruce fears her grandchildren will be approaching retirement by the time the untried experiment of Brexit might be known Divide and rule...