Demonstrations supporting workers rights and events marking the anniversary of leaving the EU were held across Scotland
Lights On Event Cancelled
A vigil organised by the Independence campaigning group Yes Orkney commemorating the day we left the EU has been cancelled due to the weather.
‘Keep a light on for Europe’ Orkney Vigil
An event to mark the third anniversary of the UK leaving the EU will be held at 5.30 pm on Tuesday January 31st, Kirk Green, Kirkwall
Falling Short: UK Shared Prosperity Fund
A shortfall to Scotland of £337 million. That’s what Scottish Government Ministers have calculated Scotland is losing out on from the UK Government’s Shared Prosperity Fund.
UK, EU, Norway Fishing Deal
The agreement between the UK, the EU and Norway is for Total Allowable Catches (TACs) and management measures for North Sea cod, haddock, whiting, saithe, plaice and herring.
OE35 – The World’s Largest Capacity Floating Wave Energy Device.
OceanEnergy has developed the OE35, which is the world’s largest capacity floating wave energy device
Scotland’s Farming Sector Hit By Energy Price Hikes & New Zealand FTA
The UK Government’s Free Trade Deal with New Zealand will seriously damage Scotland’s world renowned farming sector, Scottish Government Ministers have warned.
Threat to Scottish Salmon as Brexit Bites into Trade
Since the UK left the world’s largest free trade market, the EU, the industry has had to face the challenges of long queues at cross channel ports and increased paper work.
Scottish Salmon Exports Hit By Delays at Cross Channel Ports
Scottish salmon competes in the European marketplace with Norway, which has no disruption to its exports to EU countries. Norway is not in the EU but it is in the EEA (European Economic Area) giving it free access to the markets of the 27 EU countries.
Once in a Generation
Thinking about this stuff is a bit like dealing with anything in life that looks difficult and daunting. But build it from the ground up. Take it one step at a time. And guess what? It becomes rather simple