Brexit and EU Referendum

Brexit: MSPs to set out Repeal Bill fears at House of Lords

A delegation of MSPs is due to raise concerns over key Brexit legislation in talks at the House of Lords.

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Former Scottish Government minister Alex Neil voted leave in the EU referendum. Picture: Steven Scott Taylor

Ex-SNP minister says Scottish Government Brexit figures are ‘dubious’

A senior figure in the SNP has questioned Scottish Government analysis which found a so-called ‘no deal’ Brexit would cost Scotland £12.7 billion a year by 2030, describing such forecasts as “very, very dubious”.

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Nicola Sturgeon says Scots could go it alone on Brexit deals

The Scottish Government is “actively” working on possible stand-alone deals with the European Union after Brexit in key areas such as law and order as well as education that may exclude the rest of the UK.

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Michael Russell said the Scottish Government would press ahead with legislation at Holyrood 'to defend devolution'. Picture: TSPL

UK ministers to reveal list of Brexit powers for Scotland

UK ministers have promised to reveal which powers returning from Brussels will be devolved immediately after Brexit in a bid to rebuild trust with their own MPs after Scottish Tories said the government had let them down over the flagship Withdrawal Bill.

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Brexit: How much does the UK pay to the EU?

The exact amount of money the UK sends to the European Union was one of the biggest issues of the 2016 referendum campaign.

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Lesley Riddoch: Is Nicola Sturgeon the superwoman who can stop Brexit?

Nicola Sturgeon should resist the growing calls for her to back a second referendum on Europe, writes Lesley Riddoch.

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Adam Tomkins. Picture: PA.

Senior Scottish Tory warns Brexit row could end up in court

The Scottish and UK governments could end up at the Supreme Court to settle rows about who has authority over devolved powers returning from Brussels after Brexit, a senior Scottish Tory has said.

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Nigel Farage backs second Brexit referendum to "kill off" debate

Nigel Farage has said he could support a second referendum on the UK's EU membership "to kill it off for a generation".

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Brexit: Britain could access single market at ‘substantial’ cost

David Davis is holding a string of meetings in Germany to win over support for favourable post-Brexit trade terms amid claims Berlin is considering backing privileged access in return for payments to Brussels.

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Brexit: Scottish Government readys EU Continuity Bill

The Scottish Government said its proposed EU Continuity Bill could be introduced in February if necessary to ensure Scottish law is prepared for Brexit.

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Brexit: David Mundell facing claims he misled Commons over Withdrawal Bill

Scottish Secretary David Mundell is facing claims that he misled the Commons after it emerged controversial Brexit legislation at the centre of claims of a Westminster “power grab” will not be amended until it reaches the Lords.

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Nicola Sturgeon hits out at David Davis’ ‘moaning’ over Brexit no deal

Nicola Sturgeon has labelled the Brexit Secretary’s “moaning” as “extraordinary” after his letter to Theresa May was made public.

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Scottish Labour Leader Richard Leonard (Picture: John Devlin)

Richard Leonard: SNP using Brexit as a “political opportunity”

Nicola Sturgeon has used Brexit as a “political opportunity” to divert attention away from devolved issues such as health and local government, according to Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard.

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Brexit: SNP to host Westminster summit on single market membership

The SNP is to host a cross-party summit at the Houses of Parliament on retaining UK membership of the single market and customs union.

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Nicola Sturgeon hinted at support for second Brexit vote

Nicola Sturgeon: Second Brexit referendum may be "irresistible"

Nicola Sturgeon has said the case for a second referendum on Brexit may become "irresistible" amid concerns over the direction of current negotiations.

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Brexit: Scottish Government to release economic impact assessments

The Scottish Government is to release its predictions of post-Brexit economic impact, as part of a push to remain in the Single Market.

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Scottish small businesses are concerned over Brexit and the flatlining GDP

Morale of Scots small firms sinks over Brexit and GDP fears

Morale among smaller firms has sunk to a near record low with a “long-term optimism gap” widening between businesses in Scotland and the rest of the UK.

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Brexit: Nigel Farage to meet EU negotiator Michel Barnier

Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage is set to meet the EU’s Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier to represent “the views of the 17.4 million”.

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Donald Shaw in a promotional photograph for a Fringe performance last August

Celtic Connections fears Brexit will cut global ties

Organisers of the annual Celtic Connections music festival have warned that the event may have to become less international in future due to the impact of Brexit.

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