Brexit: SNP minister wants united Holyrood voice for single market bid
Scotland’s Brexit minister has called on rival parties to unite and “speak with one voice” in a bid to keep the UK in the single market as political turmoil continued over Britain’s departure from the European Union (EU).
Brexit: SNP MP accuses Government of contempt after information removed
Brexit secretary David Davis is facing formal censure for holding the House of Commons in contempt after handing MPs an 850-page dossier on the economic impact of Brexit that does “not contain any actual impact analysis”.
SNP threatens indyref2 if Scotland ignored on Brexit
The SNP ended a brief pause in Scotland’s constitutional debate last night, pledging to hold a second independence referendum if the UK government pushes ahead with Brexit without consent from Holyrood.
Nicola Sturgeon has dismissed the prospect of a Catalan-style pro-independence campaign of civil unrest in Scotland, insisting the legal precedent of the 2014 referendum will be repeated in any future Scottish vote.