Industry experts such as the Communities Inshore Fisheries Alliance have described the current situation as ‘unacceptable’ and a threat to the livelihoods of those working in the fishing industry and its supply chains.
A Response: Flying The Scottish EU Flag
“I didn’t realise that the article on the Scotland/EU flag that I contributed to The Orkney News would engender such an interesting debate on several front”
Exporting Fish to the EU ? Documentation You Now Need To Provide
Rules of origin will apply to where fish and shellfish are farmed, caught or processed.
Flying the Scottish EU Flag
Given the level of disappointment that many Scots feel about the way Brexit has been mishandled, and the poor quality of deal that the present UK Government has negotiated, particularly for Scottish […]
Even heroes have heroes.
“At the end of a turbulent, desperate and – let’s be honest – hellish year, this week was proof positive that Scotland is increasingly comfortable in its own very distinct political culture and worldview. Support for normal democracy amongst Scots nudges sixty percent. And it will only grow.”
ERASMUS+ and Orkney: The Brexit Deal
ERASMUS+ has been one of the most effective programmes initiated by the EU.
Fishing- The Good, The Bad, And What Is Yet To Come
“during the adjustment period each Party shall grant to vessels of the other Party full access to its waters to fish”
Reaction in Scotland’s Meat & Fish Sector to #Brexit Deal
” the Agreement will by no means match the significant advantages that the UK enjoyed as a Member State of the EU. European Commission”
Putting People at the Heart of Scotland’s Arctic Dialogue
Scotland’s Arctic Connections document is built on the image of a Scotland “as a progressive and dynamic nation that does not hesitate to take the lead on key global challenges.”
Banning the use of Forever Chemicals
Forever Chemicals, or PFAS are a group of over 4,700 industrial chemicals, widely, and often unnecessarily, used in a variety of everyday products.