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A very warm welcome to issue 60 and our indefatigable pursuit of excellence for all things Scottish.

There’s a well kent maxim that says ‘if you Brexit you pays for it’ and the signs are that the UK is having to make good on that pledge with UK based Japanese businesses looking to relocate to mainland Europe to avoid the ensuing poo storm that’s inevitably heading our way. There will be massive redundancies and hardships to the citizens of the UK, but that is a sacrifice that Boris Johnson is prepared to make. Don’t you just feel sorry for the man? No? me neither.

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