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Scottish government steadying the ship after Brexit


For more than 40 years, Scotland has experienced, what I believe are the many social, economic and cultural benefits of European Union (EU) membership.

The EU is not and nor will it ever be, simply an economic construct. It provides valuable social protections and employment rights and mutual support, providing an opportunity to address pressing challenges such as economic globalisation, energy security and climate change collectively.

Last Thursday, the EU referendum saw England vote 53.4 per cent to 46.6 per cent to leave Europe. In Scotland the picture was very different, with 62 per cent backing Remain and 38 per cent Leave.

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