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The National – Brexit doing untold damage to Scotland’s economy

The National says Brexit is causing significant harm to Scotland’s economy, costing billions in public funds and imposing heavy costs on businesses, according to the SNP and a National Audit Office report. Over £4.7 billion is forecasted for post-Brexit border arrangements, with customs declarations potentially costing UK businesses £7.5 billion annually. New controls on sanitary and phytosanitary goods could add £469 million in costs. The SNP argues that Brexit’s economic damage underscores the need for Scotland to seek independence and rejoin the EU for economic prosperity.

Elsewhere, an SNP minister has put out a fiery response to the news Alex Cole-Hamilton has been receiving therapy for online abuse.

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Ministers do not rule out more public money millions over ferry crisis

Ministers do not rule out more public money millions over ferry crisis There is no bias in the title provided. Ministers sanctioned a cash injection of a further £61m in the last financial year alone as Ferguson Marine tries to deliver two long-delayed ferries. Ministers were accused of presiding over

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Microsoft device recalled due to serious safety concerns

Microsoft device recalled due to serious safety concerns There is no bias in the title provided. The product presents a serious risk of electric shock as it has insufficient external build quality, which can allow access to live parts. If you own a replacement laptop charger for a Microsoft Surface,

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Scotland weather: Tree stuck under train during Storm Babet

Scotland weather: Tree stuck under train during Storm Babet There is no bias in the title provided The tree became wedged under a train between Glasgow and Orban, ScotRail said, which delayed the service near Taynuilt.  “This is what we’re up against today,” ScotRail said, sharing photos of the incident

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Small businesses call for help to improve security measures

Small businesses call for help to improve security measures There is no bias in the original title provided. The Federation of Independent Retailers (The Fed) has launched a campaign to lobby the government for security grants of up to £1500.  The money would allow small businesses and retailers to make

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The Christmas films showing in Glasgow you need to see

The Christmas films showing in Glasgow you need to see There is no bias in the title provided. We have drawn up the ultimate list of where to watch everything from Home Alone to Elf.  *Details were correct at the time of this article running.  READ NEXT: Twin Atlantic announce Glasgow

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Sir Chris Hoy announces he is being treated for cancer

Sir Chris Hoy announces he is being treated for cancer There is no bias in the title provided. The six-time Olympic gold medallist said the news came as a “huge shock” last year and he is undergoing chemotherapy.  The 47-year-old from Edinburgh posted a statement on social media saying he

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