As the prospect of a no deal Brexit , 29th of March, looms ever closer The Orkney News takes another look at fisheries.
Coastal and island communities around Scotland have been awarded financial help in the latest round of funding from the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF)
Approximately 180,000 UK citizens have retired to parts of the EU
The EU today, 13th of November 2018, published contingency plans in case the UK leaves the EU on March 29th 2019 with no deal agreed.
“Scotland currently exports 13.5% of our marketed tonnage of seed potatoes to the EU, generating valuable income for our rural economy.”
The situation will be extremely serious for the supply of medicines and medical products should the UK leave the EU with no deal.
The UK will be a ‘Third Country’ after Brexit, March 29th 2019. This has considerable implications for Scotland’s successful Farming Industry.
your driving licence will no longer be valid for use in EU countries. You will need other accompanying documents.
Last year Scotland received its highest amount of funding from ERASMUS – €21m. This went towards a range of projects.
This is a series of articles which hopes to inform readers how a Brexit no deal will affect you, businesses and industry in the UK.