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Scots medical chiefs warn NHS ‘stretched to the limit’ by Brexit

Doctors’ leaders have warned that “cutting off” the supply of European Union medics coming to work in Scotland after Brexit will have a “disastrous” impact on the NHS.

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Scots civic leaders launch declaration to prevent Brexit

A new Scottish civic campaign to stop Brexit has been launched, with a declaration signed by 40 leading figures from the world of film, academia, politics and the law.

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What is the Brexit Bill powers row and how does it affect Scotland?

We take a look at the key questions around the EU Withdrawal Bill as Holyrood prepares to vote on whether to reject the legislation.

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Brexit: Scottish Parliament set to reject EU Withdrawal Bill

The Scottish Government is calling on MSPs to “unite to protest the powers of devolution” by refusing to give consent to key Brexit legislation.

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Prime Minister Theresa May. Picture: AFP/Getty

Theresa May told ministers to get ‘hands on’ over customs dispute

David Lidington said the Prime Minister had told ministers to take a more “hands on” approach to sorting out disagreements on the post Brexit customs arrangements.

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‘See you in court’: SNP warn UK Government over Brexit Bill

The SNP’s Westminster leader has warned Theresa May that the Scottish Government will ‘see you in court’ after admitting a deal to end the row over post-Brexit devolution is no longer possible.

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Brexit Bill: David Davis hopeful of late deal with Holyrood

Last ditch talks are going on between the UK and Scottish governments in a bid to persuade Nicola Sturgeon’s Holyrood administration to ditch its opposition to the EU Withdrawal Bill, the Brexit Secretary has revealed.

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Major survey finds Remain would win second Brexit referendum

Britain would vote by a narrow margin to remain in the EU if another referendum were held next week, according to a major UK-wide survey of more than 200,000 people.

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David Cameron said being prime minister was "a hard enough job without your predecessor giving you a running commentary". Picture: John Devlin

David Cameron: Calling a referendum on the EU was the right choice

Former prime minister David Cameron has said he does not regret calling the referendum that triggered Brexit, despite believing the UK made the wrong decision.

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David Mundell said discussions would 'go to the wire'. Picture: John Devlin

Scottish Secretary David Mundell confident Brexit deal can be reached

The Scottish Secretary has said he remains confident a deal can be reached with the devolved governments over key Brexit legislation.

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Charles Livingstone

Charles Livingstone: Law changes on Brexit will have significant impact

The most recent headlines on the UK-EU Brexit negotiations suggest progress on both transition and the future relationship, but agreement on the allocation of EU powers between the UK and Scottish Parliaments remains elusive. Businesses in Scotland, particularly those operating UK-wide, should be following those discussions at least as closely as the main Brexit negotiations.

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From financial regulation to the Irish border, by way of fishing quotas and farm subsidies, negotiators face a busy few months ahead. Picture: Getty

Brexit: 10 big questions needing answered on Britain’s exit

From the Northern Ireland issue to control of British waters, Paris Gourtsoyannis examines the big questions that still need answered during the Brexit talks.

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It is a year until the UK leaves the EU. Picture: Getty

Bill Jamieson: A year to go, why Brexit break-up is hardest thing to do

How on earth did we get to this?

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Shahmir Sanni said the Vote Leave campaign 'cheated'. Picture: Channel 4 News/PA Wire

Brexit: Whistleblower claims Vote Leave ‘cheated’ in EU referendum

The official Vote Leave Brexit campaign “cheated” during the European Union referendum, a whistleblower has claimed.

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Catherine Stihler, Labour MEP for Scotland

Scottish Labour MEP: ‘Second EU referendum is only fair action’

A second referendum on the Brexit deal is the “only fair course of action”, a Scottish Labour MEP has said.

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Labour needs to ‘show leadership over Brexit - Owen Smith

Labour needs to “show leadership” and warn about the risks of Brexit, Owen Smith said after being dismissed from “Eurosceptic” Jeremy Corbyn’s shadow cabinet.

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Cambridge Analytica ‘played no role in Brexit campaign’ says chief Leave campaigner

Cambridge Analytica pitched to work for Leave.EU ahead of the European Union referendum but was never hired, one of the Brexit campaign group’s leaders said.

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Brexit: Danes demand right to fish in UK waters under EU deal

Denmark will make fighting to retain its access to British fisheries a “high priority” in trade talks between the UK and EU, the country’s Prime Minister has said in remarks that will fuel the growing row over post-Brexit fishing rights.

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Voice of Remain voters in Scotland ‘muted’ ahead of Brexit

The voice of Remain voters in Scotland has been muted as political parties concentrate on protecting the devolution settlement or arguing for a soft Brexit, a think tank has warned.

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David Watt: 'fraught relations'.

Russia spat could hit Scottish tourism, say business leaders

Business leaders yesterday warned that rising tension with Russia would harm Scotland’s tourism trade and hit exports in the aftermath of Brexit.

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