Politics / Tory leader to Brexit marchers: ‘It’s our duty is to deliver on vote result’
Brexit / Indicative votes the start of a process – CarmichaelThird meaningful vote likely to be held on Friday
Politics / Support shown for second Brexit vote at public meetingThere was little appetite for leaving the EU at the Town Hall event.
Politics / Lerwick hosts own Brexit vote march
News round-up / Community councillors elected, speakers for Brexit debate, museum welcomes millionth visitor
Brexit / Second meaningful vote defeated by 149 votes
Viewpoint / Brexit – we didn’t vote for this!WE ARE living in unprecedented times with record defeats, cabinet resignations every other week and a woefully ineffective and disunited Labour opposition, writes SNP Highlands and Islands list MSP Maree Todd.
Letters / Ridicule pole?
Brexit / Crofting: Trying to stay positive and not despair
Brexit / Pie and chips on the hospital menu post Brexit?
Brexit / SIC ready for a no deal Brexit, says Sandison
Brexit / Border controls could jeopardise fish export businessMSP Tavish Scott warns of ‘ocean of red tape’
Brexit / Momentous times for fishing only two months awayBut changes are expected to be ‘evolutionary’ rather than ‘revolutionary’
News round-up / Hill targets Brexit, de-icing problems, licence reminder and photo exhibition
Health / No guarantees on patient care post Brexit
Politics / Carmichael speaks up for EU citizens’ rightsGovernment should reconsider Settled Status process
Politics / Carmichael: Time for Theresa May to step aside after historic Brexit vote defeatSIC leader Coutts: uncertainty for community continues
Letters / Campaigning to kill Brexit
Council / No deal Brexit warning from councillor
Marine / Record whitefish landings as EU fish talks continue436,000 boxes of whitefish landed at Lerwick, Scalloway and Cullivoe in 2018.
Politics / Carmichael reacts to Brexit vote postponement
Letters / Carmichael one of the Brexit saboteurs
Politics / Carmichael to vote against ‘the deal no one wanted’Brexit deal not in the national interest, MP says
Politics / Fishermen welcome Brexit fisheries dealThe UK Government has strongly defended the Brexit deal on fisheries saying the “red lines” on fish have been protected.
Fishing industry rejects extension of Brexit transitionBritain could remain in CFP till 2022 with no say over fisheries.
Updated Fishing industry unhappy with draft Brexit dealMORE favourable trade terms for the UK to access EU markets following Brexit are likely to depend on EU fishing vessels being given continued access to UK waters.
Letters / The dangers of wrecking BrexitI write in response to your article Brexit survey triggers calls for people’s referendum (SN, 6/11/2018).
Politics / Brexit survey triggers calls for people’s referendumA SURVEY showing only one third of Shetlanders would vote for Brexit if given the chance to vote again has strengthened the case for a referendum re-run, according to some isles politicians.
Frustration over the amount of foreign vessels fishing in local watersFishermen leaders say they are powerless until the UK has left the CFP.
Business / New fisheries bill introduced to parliamentFISHING leaders have welcomed a new fisheries bill which the UK Government says will bring more powers to Scotland after Brexit.