“Whilst it would be probably be better to be living next to a happy and economically prosperous neighbour, it’s hardly our responsibility to make them so.”
On 22nd of July 2019 I wrote to The Scottish Government about concerns I had regarding the supply of medicines post Brexit.
The UK’s decision to leave the European Union has thrown up a lot of new terms – ‘Brexit’ now in our everyday vocabulary – and now the phrase ‘ Backstop’
“SNP MPs have consistently voted to prevent a no-deal Brexit”
Tomorrow, Wednesday, the new Secretary of State for Scotland, Alister Jack, will be in Stranraer for the Cattle Show. Columnist Alec Ross reflects on what Brexit means for his home town – and for Scotland.
“All things are subject to interpretation. Whichever interpretation prevails at a given time is a function of power and not truth.” Friedrich Nietzsche
“I would encourage all eligible farmers, crofters and land managers to accept this offer to enable us to get your payment out to you as soon as possible.”
“The importance of Scotland taking bold steps towards a better future has never felt so urgent. “
“The uncertainty of Brexit – and the end of freedom of movement – continue to be the biggest threat to our university sector.”
“The key message is everyone, without exception, can choose how they think.”