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Tourism is one of Scotland’s key industries – but Tory visa plans could be catastrophic

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Recent statistics have shown that record numbers are visiting Scotland’s historic sights. However, a significant proportion of people working in the industry are EU citizens – over 11% – so leaving the EU is a huge threat to the strength of the sector’s workforce.

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The people of Scotland deserve the chance to choose a better future than Tory Brexit chaos

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This past week was one of the most extraordinary in UK political history. And it was one which showed, beyond all doubt, that Scotland’s needs are being totally ignored by Westminster.

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6 things you need to know about the latest Brexit developments

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After another chaotic week where Theresa May faced a second crushing defeat on her Brexit deal, here’s six things you need to know about the latest Brexit developments.

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6 takeaways from the continuing Tory Brexit chaos

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All of Scotland’s Tory MPs vote against an SNP amendment that would have protected Scotland’s communities from the calamitous consequences of a no-deal.

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How is the SNP improving bus services?

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The SNP Scottish Government have invested nearly a quarter of a billion pounds every year in support of bus services, concessionary travel and more incentives for the take up of cleaner, greener vehicles.

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Boost Scotland’s mobile connectivity

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Once again the Scottish Government is picking up the slack where Tories fail to deliver in reserved area – don’t let them off the hook, support our campaign for better mobile connectivity.

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Stop RBS Closures

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In 2017, RBS announced it was to close 62 of its bank branches. That included 13 where they were the “last bank in town”.

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