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Bank fees shoot up with Brexit

BANKS regulated by The Bank of England will have to pay more in levies to meet the additional costs resulting from Brexit. The Bank’s prudential regulation authority has said that from April it will require an increase of four per cent in…

12:02am Saturday 25 March 2017

Free tuition guarantee for EU students in Scotland extended until 2018-19

Free tuition guarantee for EU students in Scotland extended until 2018-19

European Union (EU) students enrolling in Scotland next year will have free tuition throughout their courses, the Deputy First Minister has announced.

2:28pm Friday 24 March 2017

Ian McConnell: Companies moving fast to shift activities out of UK as Brexit looms

Ian McConnell: Companies moving fast to shift activities out of UK as Brexit looms

THINGS are certainly moving on the Brexit front.

12:09am Friday 24 March 2017

Corbyn agrees with May on no pre-Brexit independence poll, says Dugdale

Significant concession? Dugdale claims Sturgeon's Holyrood motion shows FM has shifted on desired timing of indyref2

JEREMY Corbyn agrees with Theresa May that there should not be a second Scottish independence referendum before Brexit, Kezia Dugdale has made clear as she claimed Nicola Sturgeon had made a major shift on her desired timing of so-called indyref2.

12:02am Tuesday 21 March 2017

Theresa May ‘risking catastrophic Brexit’

May ‘risking catastrophic Brexit’

CRASHING out of the European Union without a trade deal would have “stark, catastrophic and unavoidable” economic consequences, the Principal of Glasgow University Professor Anton Muscatelli has warned.

6:54pm Tuesday 21 March 2017

No Brexit deal would be catastrophic for economy, says academic

Professor Anton Muscatelli. Photo credit: Kirsty Anderson

Exiting the European Union (EU) without a deal would have "stark, catastrophic and unavoidable" economic consequences, a leading academic has warned.

6:33pm Tuesday 21 March 2017

Brexit hit fear as 29% of large firms look abroad

ANDY WILLOX

NEARLY three in 10 large UK businesses are considering moving activities to other European Union countries because of Brexit, or are doing so already, while small firms are signalling continued easy access to EU markets is crucial.

12:09am Tuesday 21 March 2017

Agenda: Brexit could threaten the goodwill that is extended to the Scottish brand

Agenda

By Russell Campbell, lecturer in marketing, School of Business and Enterprise, University of the West of Scotland

12:06am Tuesday 21 March 2017

Graeme Loarridge: 'All that can be said with any certainty is Brexit is happening and the future for the UK and Scotland is going to be fundamentally different'

Picture: Gordon Terris

12:07am Monday 20 March 2017

Brexit more important than keeping United Kingdom together, poll shows

Brexit more important than keeping United Kingdom together, poll shows

Just over half of people questioned said they would still support leaving the European Union even if they knew it could lead to Scotland becoming independent.

10:52am Saturday 18 March 2017
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