“Regular readers of this column will be aware of my love and fascination with the great Scottish manager Bill Shankly”
“Scots who want to return to Scotland from elsewhere in the EU should be able to bring their families with them, no matter how much they earn.”
“I would encourage anyone thinking about their education to consider coming to Scotland.”
“You are welcome here, you contribute to this country’s diversity and prosperity, and we will do everything we can to help you stay in Scotland.”
It was back on June 23rd 2016 that the UK voted in the EU referendum with a turnout of 72.2%.
The UK may be leaving the EU this Friday, 12th of April and it also may be with No Deal. If this happens the UK Government has issued advice to those wishing to import good from EU countries.
Today my “cooking” video is called, preparing for Brexit and I am turning my hand to growing my own vegetables.
21 years ago today the Good Friday Agreement was signed. Here is a poem written to mark it’s historic anniversary last year.
“We are working hard to provide as much certainty to support farmers and crofters as we can. This money will provide a welcome cash injection to businesses and the wider rural economy. “
“With an annual value of £944 million, seafood accounts for 58% of Scotland’s total food exports. Seafood is highly perishable and therefore dependent on the sort of swift and reliable transport connections which would be damaged by a disorderly UK exit from the EU.”