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Brexit / Shetland worse hit by Brexit than most other UK areas – research suggests
Marine / Anger as EU vessels increase their share of catches from UK waters
Politics / SNP government urges Westminster to delay Brexit
News round-up / Drink driving numbers down, Loganair’s new hygiene and distancing measures, MP says ‘legal limbo’ for EU citizens unacceptable
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
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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
Business / Chinese market for crab and salmon suffers sudden decline
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
Letters / Underwhelmed!
Community / Help available for EU citizens looking to gain settled status
Brexit / SIC puts Brexit preparation funding towards emergency planning
Brexit / Post Office outlines changes if ‘no deal’ goes ahead
Transport / Diverting freight vessel to ship goods into Scotland post-Brexit a ‘last resort’Transport Scotland says there is ‘no threat’ to the Northern Isles service after a no deal Brexit
Politics / Tory MSP tells Carmichael to back Brexit deal
News round-up / SNP spending criticised, American investment, car insurance claims, students travel for free
Updated Northern Isles politicians reject new Brexit deal
Politics / Carmichael calls for prime minister’s headResignation demand follows Supreme Court ruling
Brexit / Local fishermen want Brexit as soon as possible
Impact of Brexit beginning to be felt at amenity trust
Politics / Carmichael among MPs who defeated Johnson
Letters / Let’s get out and get on with it
Updated Plans to suspend parliament seen as ‘threat to democracy’Conservative candidate Brydon Goodlad welcomed the move
Marine / Long-term opportunities for fishing following Brexit
Letters / ‘Misinformation at its most dangerous’
Politics / MEP confident he has full five years to help reform the CFP
Council / New social houses a priority as only 16 built last yearBrexit will delay other projects
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