Brexit: the latest from Scotland

Theresa May was in Brussels again this week looking for help to sell her Brexit deal to MPs. Natalie Mauchline has more on this and the week’s other Brexit developments. Backstop Negotiations Theresa May spent the week in Brussels attempting to amend the Withdrawal Agreement, as demanded from her colleagues at Westminster who want alternative […]

Five Things Happening in Scotland This Week

It’s the final week of business at the Scottish Parliament before the week-long February recess. Natalie Mauchline looks at some of the issues that might make the Scottish political headlines this week. Brexit and the Malthouse Compromise The Prime Minister’s victory last week may prove to be short-lived as she heads back to Brussels with […]

Five Things Happening in Scotland This Week

Brexit and the Scottish Government’s Budget will dominate the political news this week. Natalie Mauchline has the latest on those stories and some other things happening this week. Meaningful Vote: Take Two On Tuesday, the Prime Minister’s Withdrawal Agreement will be voted on again by MPs. Amendments have been tabled from various factions across the […]

Five Things Happening in Scotland This Week

With uncertainty surrounding the Brexit process and the Scottish Government’s Budget, Aidan Reid looks at the week ahead in Scottish politics. Scottish business is the Parliament’s Business The two Scottish Government debates this week take place on Tuesday and Wednesday and both will be of interest to Scottish business. The first is about city-region deals […]

Brexit: the latest from Scotland

A historic defeat. A no confidence motion. Talks and the refusal of talks. Natalie Mauchline explains what happened this week. What now? It has been a historic week in Westminster. Following the anticipated defeat of the Withdrawal Agreement and a narrowly won no-confidence vote, Theresa May is at a crossroads. Each party has its own […]

What Welsh assembly members are saying about the Brexit vote

After Theresa May’s Brexit deal was defeated by a huge margin in the House of Commons last night, we look at how Welsh assembly members responded…   Welsh Government First Minister Mark Drakeford said Theresa May’s deal fell “well short” of what was needed to protect the economy and jobs. He urged against “careering headlong” […]

Five Things Happening in Scotland This Week

Natalie Mauchline takes us through some of the main events happening this week. Parliament’s Week in the Spotlight It is the week we have all been waiting for. Since Theresa May’s decision before Christmas to postpone the meaningful vote on her Brexit deal, the process has stalled but the action is set to recommence this […]

Brexit: the latest from Scotland

It was like Christmas never happened. Holyrood and Westminster were back in business this week, with Brexit still top of the agenda. Natalie Mauchline looks back at the week’s big developments. Brexit heats up in the Commons It has been a tumultuous week at Westminster, with the Christmas break already feeling like a distant memory, […]

Five Things Happening in Scotland This Week

There is little prospect of a blissful drift into the Christmas break as Brexit continues to dominated the headlines and parliamentary schedules. Natalie Mauchline looks at the week ahead. Brexit Impasse Gridlock continues in Westminster. Theresa May returned from the European Council Summit empty handed, as the EU27 reiterated their unwillingness to renegotiate the Brexit […]

Brexit: the latest from Scotland

The Prime Minister has been all over the country this week. Henry Anderson and Lawrie Scott-McFarlane pick up the story… It’s the final countdown Like a slow-motion charge of the light brigade, Theresa May has continued on her futile push to sell her Brexit deal. Despite widespread acceptance that the Prime Minister will lose the […]