Pocketmags Digital Magazines
AU
Pocketmags Digital Magazines
.png);" />    You are currently viewing the Australia version of the site.
Would you like to switch to your local site?
31 MIN READ TIME

Storm clouds ahead

In less than 400 days, the UK will leave the European Union and enter into the gods know what. According to the likes of Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg, it will be the sunlit uplands of a gloriously reestablished Great Britain, boldly making advantageous trade deals with the USA and China who will quail before the might of the UK. It will be as though the Empire was never lost. In the imaginations of Conservative Brexiteers, the UK possesses more economic and political heft all by itself than it does when it’s a part of a bloc of 28 EU member states. It’s rather like imagining that a balanced set of scales with a heavy weight on one side and a pile of stones on the other will swing towards the stones when you remove all but one of them.

Read the complete article and many more in this issue of iScot Magazine
Purchase options below
If you own the issue, Login to read the full article now.
Single Digital Issue March 2018
 
$9.99
This issue and other back issues are not included in a new iScot Magazine subscription. Subscriptions include the latest regular issue and new issues released during your subscription.
Annual Digital Subscription $54.99 billed annually
Save
54%
$54.99
Monthly Digital Subscription $6.99 billed monthly
Save
30%
$6.99

This article is from...


View Issues
iScot Magazine
March 2018
VIEW IN STORE

Other Articles in this Issue


iSCOT
Alyn Smith is one of Scotland’s six Members of the
MICHAEL Stewart is not your average former footballer.
This man does not strike me as the most obvious poster-boy
The fatal problem with Pete Wishart’s manifesto for
Well, some of us do. It’s that fundamental human urge
We were strolling north along Middle Meadow Walk in
From Muriel Spark in a studded choker to James Clerk
Gerda Stevenson’s Tribute to Women of Scotland
Orkney has the oldest public lending library in Scotland
Internati onal Women’s Day has evolved over the last
nobody’s heard of…
I’ve had to stop cleaning the house – the furniture
Genocide is a powerful and emotive term. First coined
In April 2018 Scotland’s general practitioners will
Three apparently unconnected things. A paper published
APPROACHING International Women’s Day on the 8th of
TOBY makes the big decisions. That’s how it should
NATIONAL days are a curious thing. They generally are
IN DISCUSSIONS about the immense resources and natural
THE EVIDENCE is abundant that our oceans contribute
IT WOULDN’T have mattered much had Annie Davidson McEwen
THIS month has been chaotic with little time to spare
THAT ’S the thing about a dog – you have to take it
EDINBURGH -born Philip Kerr’s series of thrillers featuring
Heed my wisdom or Boris will make another speech
THIS month I’ve decided to take a (gold) leaf out a
Got a picture with a special memory for you? It might
Chris Cairns’s widely acclaimed cartoons chronicle