Is there anything we can do about this? Not really. In Scotland we can opt to remain in the EU by gaining independence, but short of this we are very much tied to the economic realities of the UK.
Sound as a Pound
Outwith the common market the UK now faces both a tariff wall to Europe – making our exports about ten percent more expensive abroad – and a devalued pound – making what we import more costly.
Up Close with Alex Salmond
Once the national broadcaster had gotten its teeth out of him I was lined up for the next chitty-chatty, and it was all Brexit. Well, the other things we discussed you can read in iScot. Theresa May, he said, was all “flimflam.”