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Brexit / Fisheries deal makes life ‘unnecessarily difficult” for local fishermen
Brexit / Frustration as yet another Brexit ‘teething’ issue emerges
Brexit / New support scheme unlikely to benefit fishing vessels
Brexit / Fish exports to Europe picking up againLast week’s chaos could have been avoided with better planning, local fish traders say
Brexit / Post-Brexit trade arrangements a ‘bureaucratic mess’ – Carmichael
Brexit / French border delays add to ‘perfect storm’ for local fish processing companyAdditional paperwork a massive burden to small companies
Brexit / ‘Huge disappointment’ as trade deal fails to restore sovereigntyFishing leaders vow to roll up their sleeves to get the best out of a bad deal
Brexit / Brexit poses profound challenges for health service
Brexit / Inevitable that promises to fishermen will be broken – Carmichael
Brexit / Council says environmental health officers are prepared for Brexit
Brexit / Routine assurances do nothing to allay fears, crofters say
Brexit / Commitments given over sheep farming after Brexit concerns raised in virtual meeting
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Brexit / Fishing industry prepares for negotiating marathon ahead of Brexit
Brexit / Expectations high as UK and Faroe sign fisheries deal
Brexit / Prepare for a no deal Brexit, prime minister tells the countryBut isles MP Alistair Carmichael says people are “sick and tired” of a failing government
Brexit / Carmichael bids to make fishing safer by adding to MCA’s responsibilities
Brexit / Shetland worse hit by Brexit than most other UK areas – research suggests
Brexit / Local fishermen against Brexit transition period extension
Brexit / ‘Troubles caused by inequality at home were blamed on EU’Brexit up for discussion as Oxford University professor Danny Dorling heads north for talk
Brexit / Oxford academic to give talks on Brexit and inequality
Brexit / Concerns raised over the impact of immigration plansHospitality and social care could suffer
Brexit / Salmon industry to be hit by financial and bureaucratic burdenBut industry also confident that trade will continue after Brexit
Brexit / ‘Challenging times ahead’ as Britain leaves the EU‘The cell door has been thrown open but the prisoner has agreed to stay inside for a few months more…’ (Collins)
Brexit / Fishermen on high alert as EU trade talks loom
Brexit / Council on high alert for ‘no deal’ Brexit
Brexit / SIC puts Brexit preparation funding towards emergency planning
Brexit / Post Office outlines changes if ‘no deal’ goes ahead
Brexit / Local fishermen want Brexit as soon as possible
Brexit / Indicative votes the start of a process – CarmichaelThird meaningful vote likely to be held on Friday
Brexit / Second meaningful vote defeated by 149 votes
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