Performers Forced to Cancel Trips Due to Visa Controls. The UK Government’s hostile environment is having a ‘truly devastating’ impact on the ability to attract international guests to Edinburgh’s festivals, according to an SNP MSP who will lead a debate at Holyrood today (Thursday).
Since the Tory government introduced hard-line visa controls, visa applications for performers have been hit by refusals, errors and delays, with some acclaimed international writers, actors a
SNP MSP Gordon Macdonald has called on voters in Edinburgh to back the SNP as the “only party in Scotland who can stop Brexit” ahead of Thursday’s European election. The SNP’s manifesto was launched today (Friday) setting out the party’s key pledges in the election. The 5,000-word document sets out the SNP’s four political priorities: To keep working with others across the UK to stop Brexit. Back a People’s Vote that will give the option to Remain. Offer people a choice of a
Scots could be £800 worse off if Brexit deal goes ahead.
Edinburgh, Fife and Tayside would be worse hit than any other part of the UK by Labour’s proposed Brexit deal, stunning new analysis has found.
A new report has warned that all regions will end up poorer if the UK leaves the EU with a Tory-Labour Brexit deal – with the east of Scotland facing a £1 billion hit to GDP.
Labour today confirmed they remain committed to Brexit, with the party wishing to leave the sin
Ahead of a visit by Scotland Office minister Ian Duncan to Heriot-Watt university tomorrow, the SNP has posed a number of key Brexit questions that remain unanswered – despite the Tory commitment to drag Scotland out of the EU against its will. Key questions over university research funding, trade, free movement, and industry still remain unanswered by the UK government, despite almost three years having passed since the Brexit referendum. The UK government’s own analysis sho
SNP has urged people in Edinburgh to register to vote by 7 May for the upcoming European Parliament elections, warning it’s the only way to ensure Scotland’s voice is heard in Europe.
Research published today revealed that 600,000 Scots who are eligible to vote in this month’s elections have not registered yet. Unlike the Brexit referendum, EU citizens living in the UK can vote in European parliamentary elections.
To be able to vote in the European Parliament elections,