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UK CBI warns that ‘no-deal’ Brexit bourach will ‘devastate’ Scotland’s economy

Independent analysis shows that a no-deal Brexit could hit Scotland’s economy to the tune of £14bn a year. New findings published by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) Scotland, reveal that Scotland would be “significantly exposed” to the adverse economic impact of a no-deal Brexit scenario. Tracy Black, Director of CBI Scotland, said this would have a “devastating” impact on Scotland’s economy, with the annual loss of £14bn by 2034 being “more than annual public spending on hospitals, GP surgeries and other health services across Scotland.” Impact of a no-deal Brexit across the UK: http://www.cbi.org.uk/insight-and-analysis/impact-of-a-no-deal-brexit-across-the-uk/ Mark R Whittet, leader of Scotland’s Independence Referendum
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Majority of Scots support Independence from UK as Brexit Britain prepares for Bourach Day on 29 March 2019

With just 90 days to Brexit Bourach Day on 29 March 2019, most Scots are in favour of Scottish Independence, according to the latest opinion poll carried out by Panelbase. The Panelbase poll for the Sunday Times (Sample: 1,028 adults; Fieldwork: 30 Nov – 5 Dec 2018) put support for Scottish independence at 47% and found a majority of Scots would back independence over both a No Deal Brexit (59%) and the Bad Deal scenario negotiated by the Prime Minister (53%). Mark R Whittet (LLB BA) Leader, Scotland’s Independence Referendum Party, said: “Cometh the Brexit bourach (*) hour, cometh the
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SNP should offer to back May’s British Brexit in return for Westminster’s permission to hold second Scottish Independence Referendum

Scotland’s Independence Referendum Party (SIRP) today urges the SNP to back a British Brexit in return for Westminster’s permission to hold a second Scottish Independence Referendum. Mark R Whittet (LLB, BA) Leader of Scotland’s Independence Referendum Party (SIRP), said: “Such an offer from the SNP would have many political and economic benefits for Scotland. “It would end the ‘not now’ uncertainty which prime minister Theresa May said in her first refusal to the Scottish Government’s last request to hold a second Scottish Independence Referendum. “And by supporting the Tories in the House of Commons over May’s Brexit ‘deal/no deal’, the
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Following the lead of SCOTLAND’S INDEPENDENCE REFERENDUM PARTY, former SNP leader Alex Salmond now calls on BBC to answer its move to censor You Tube feed from Scots independence web channel

Following the lead of SCOTLAND’S INDEPENDENCE REFERENDUM PARTY, former SNP leader Alex Salmond now calls on BBC to answer its move to censor You Tube feed from Scots independence web channel SCOTLAND’S INDEPENDENCE REFERENDUM PARTY is the ONLY political party to issue a statement on this issue – which is at the heart of the Scottish Independence debate and also at the heart of the issue of (mis)trust in the BBC. See; https://tinyurl.com/ycjsaqrp And watch Salmond’s speech; https://tinyurl.com/y9fka79d Scotland’s Independence Referendum Party  The primary goal – and number one objective in the constitution of Scotland’s Independence Referendum Party –  is to achieve
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BBC tricks YouTube into suspending Wings over Scotland news feed / Silence from SNP: Statement from Scotland’s Independence Referendum Party

@ScotIndyRef3 Why is this not ‘news’ on BBC Misreporting Scotland? And why is SNP silent on blatant state censorhip of Wings over Scotland? https://wingsoverscotland.com/big-auntie-is-watching-you-update/ … State-controlled BBC tricks YouTube into suspending Wings over Scotland pro-Independence YouTube website …http://www.scotlandsindependencereferendumparty.scot/  Commenting today on the above, Mark R Whittet, Leader of Scotland’s Independence Referendum Party, said:  “The BBC has effectively pulled the wool over the eyes of YouTube by falsely claims over copyright infringement on the Wings over Scotland You Tube site.  “Broadcasters and other media are permitted to use clips of material shown on BBC for ‘fair comment’ use.  “This right is widely used
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Scots are sick of the ‘first-past-the-rotten-finishing-post’ voting system for Westminster MPs

More people in Scotland are unsatisfied with the British political system than in any other part of the UK – reflecting the growing disenchantment of voters in Scotland with Westminster’s ‘first-past-the-rotten-finishing-post’ system. Only 14% of Scots are satisfied with the UK political system according to a new study, compared to 41% of Londoners who believe the UK’s political system works well, falling to 28% in the Midlands and 23% in Wales and the north of England. Despite that, the study by the Hansard Society also found that Scots are most knowledgeable about politics and are amongst the most likely to vote.
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OFFICIAL: SNP set to lose Edinburgh West in massive 7% swing to Scotland’s Independence Referendum Party

According to the latest opinion polls, the SNP is set to lose Edinburgh West as a result of a massive 7% swing – a huge movement in favour of a  ‘so-called’ ‘minority’ candidate – in favour of Scotland’s Independence Referendum Party (see chart, left). Mark R. Whittet (LLB, BA) – Leader of Scotland’s Independence Referendum Party, who is standing as the SIRP candidate for Edinburgh West in the British parliament election, said; – ‘It’s note too late for voters in Edinburgh West- which recorded the largest ‘keep Scotland in the EU’ vote in Scotland – to vote against the so-called
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Sturgeon surge is over: SNP must stand down to put Scotland’s interests first in Edinburgh West

Commenting on a public opinion poll which shows the SNP will lose 14 Westminster parliament seats in next month’s general election, Scotland’s Independence Referendum Party –  where Party Leader Mark R Whittet is standing in the Edinburgh West constituency – said today: “’Peak-SNP is over and the only way forward is a progressive alliance with Scotland’s Independence Referendum Party – which will always put Scotland’s interests first. “The opinion study by SurveyMonkey indicates that the SNP could fall from 56 MPs to 42 – down 14 on their historic 2015 landslide. “With the possible exception of Edinburgh West, all of
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