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EU And Me +EUandMeCampaign
Pro-Europeans. Making the positive case for our future in Europe
 Joined August 2021
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When I wake up on January 1st I’ll still be European.
One of the few principles that politicians of all stripes can agree on is that our purpose in politics is to leave a legacy of more opportunity for the generations that come after us than we had.
An in-depth look at how the EU has worked with Shetland to improve Education, Work and Culture.
Fears loss of customs ‘pass’ will mean flowers missing from crucial life events
Since 1 January 2021 any EEA national wishing to work in the UK needs a Skilled Worker visa. Any company wishing to hire an EEA national to work in the UK requires a sponsor licence.
In response to a question from Douglas Chapman MP on the 12 January 2020 Prime Minister Boris Johnson accused Mr Chapman of “talking through the back of his neck” and went on to confirm “there is no risk to the UK’s continued membership of the Erasmus scheme”.
The UK Government is denying us access to the Erasmus programme, depriving thousands of young Europeans of life enhancing experiences, skills, relationships and opportunities.
As we exit the European Union bearing the deep scars of Covid-19 still not knowing the full economic damage of either, and not knowing what is ahead of us, some seem to be adopting a form of ‘instilled’ optimism that everything is going to be all right, because – well, our leaders know what’s best for us.
An in-depth look at how the EU has worked with Glasgow to improve opportunities for our Young People
I have always imagined my future in Scotland. The country of opportunities, fairness and international diversity, stunning nature, welcoming culture and great whisky; where people make me feel at home.
When I wake up on January 1st I’ll still be European.
What would your message be to the UK Government?
British Seasonal workers are at risk and nothing is being done about it.
Alastair chats to Iain Halliday from McGill & Co about the impact of Brexit on their work.
eu+me speaks to Sarah Haran, Founder of Sarah Haran Accessories about the impact of Brexit on trading in the EU.
With guests: Susie Frazer - Adeo Group, Richard Swart – Berger UK, Bayile Adeoti– Dechomai Ltd, Patricia Barclay – Bon Accord Law, Jamie McMillan – Loch Fyne Seafarms Ltd, Nicola Anderson – FinTech Scotland & Helen McKenzie-Smith - Lindores Abbey Distillery
With guests:Harpist Rachel HairSinger & Songwriter Nico EvScottish Singer Iona FyfeAnd Skerryvore Manager, Peter WestAlex Reedijk from Scottish Opera
In Focus: Chris ElliottAlastair speaks to Chris about the impact of Brexit on his industry and his ask for the Music and Performing Arts.
Leading lights in Scottish music feature in film warning of Brexit devastation for industry.
Jeffrey Sharkey discusses the many benefits of Erasmus+, the comparison to the Turing Scheme and the possible idea of something new!
Scotland flag - the saltire Made In Scotland. For Scotland.
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