Britain: Brexit, SNP Seeks Compensation From British Government For Economic Loss To Scotland

Britain: Brexit, SNP Seeks Compensation From British Government For Economic Loss To Scotland
London, 10 January 10:20 – (Nova Agency) – The Scottish National Party (SNP) has asked Prime Minister Boris Johnson to pay billions of pounds in compensation to Scotland for rising costs and disruptions caused by Brexit. The SNP, which wants Scotland’s independence and is insisting on a second referendum, said Scottish fishermen have faced severe disruptions due to Brexit. Johnson’s conservatives “apologize to Scottish businesses and pay long-term compensation to Scotland for what our economy is doing, costing us billions in trade and development losses,” Ian Blackford said. ‘SNP in British Parliament. Blackford defined Brexit as “an unnecessary act of economic vandalism, which was instigated against the will of Scotland”. The SNP leader said, “The UK government should offer an immediate multi-billion dollar compensation package in Scotland to reduce the permanent damage to Scottish businesses, industries and communities.” (REL)

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