“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.”
The ReFLEX Orkney (Responsive Flexibility) project aims to create a ‘smart energy island’
nearly half a million food parcels were distributed in Scotland last year.
” Despite it [Right to Rent] relating to a reserved matter, it would directly impact on matters that are fully devolved to the Scottish Parliament and, to date, consultation with both the Scottish Government and key Scottish stakeholders has been limited. “
One of the greatest natural resources Scotland has are the seas around its shores.
Not only is this chaotic situation worrying for citizens but it is calamitous for business as the uncertainty makes preparing for Brexit almost impossible.
It is now illegal to fly a drone within 5km of an airport.
“it is essential that those over 75 have this concession as for many the TV is the only company that they have and is the only means of communication and learning available to them.”
“A no deal Brexit is by far the biggest threat to farming and to our successful food and drink sector.”
Fergus Ewing, the Rural Economy Secretary in the Scottish Government, has called on the UK Government to financially compensate Scottish farmers who will be hit extremely hard if there is a No Deal Brexit.
Local MSP Rhoda Grant , Labour is concerned about the UK Government’s plan to cut free TV Licences for the over 75’s .