by Ryan Brown On June 23 2016, the United Kingdom voted by a majority of 51.9 per cent to leave the European Union but what really led to the political mess that we are in? In times of uncertainty, we tend … Continue reading What Really Caused Brexit?
by Callum McFadzean Another Brexit extension date prolongs the anxiety for business in the UK. Pharmaceutical companies learned of a potential post-Brexit trade deal with the US that could boost the price of medications, further pushing the uneasy feeling surrounding … Continue reading Brexit And Your Medicine
Latest polls in Scotland suggest that support for Scottish independence is on the increase and the SNP’s Aberdeen Conference has stated that a 2021 independence referendum looks as close as ever. Addressing her party conference this afternoon, First Minister Nicola … Continue reading Scotland’s Path to Indy Ref 2
By Jack Ewing Picture Source: Gordonstoun Twitter page Common sense, common ground and a common purpose are sorely missing from our dialogue in today’s often tribal political setting. An event going on over the next few days at a … Continue reading Learning to Listen: Finding Common Ground for Our Common Good
UWS News deliver extensive coverage of the Oscars, Brexit and all your latest news headlines from across Scotland. Edited by Scott McLeod, Reporters Eszter Tarnai, Anais Mumpuya, Alex Docherty and Jack Ewing, Continue reading UWS NEWS RADIO ON AYR FEBRUARY 2019
By Scott McLeod A no-deal Brexit would be damaging to Scotland’s economy and public finances, a Holyrood committee has warned. In a unanimous, cross-party report, the Finance and Constitution Committee said the UK leaving the EU without a deal is … Continue reading No Deal Hinders Scotland’s Economy
By Jack Ewing Speaking a short time ago from a factory in Stoke, Theresa May warned MP’s both no deal and no Brexit would be “Damaging and Catastrophic”, as she urged MP’s to back her deal. Theresa May called on … Continue reading BREAKING: Theresa May warns: “Parliament paralysis more likely to lead to no Brexit rather than no Deal”
By Jacob Toland Young Scots today voiced their concerns over how Brexit could shape up with the current deal on the table between Brussels and Westminster. Their worries come on the back of the advocate general to the European Court of Justice claiming that the UK could unilaterally revoke its withdrawal from the European Union. Manuel Campos Sanchez-Bordona announced that the United Kingdom can decide to revoke Article 50 without the consent of the other 27 member states. Chief legal adviser to European Court just published advice that Art 50 can be revoked by UK unilaterally. This is a key … Continue reading Young Scots Voice Concern Over Brexit