June 2016 - Edinburgh Scots react to Brexit vote(25 Jun 2016) The European Union anthem 'Ode to Joy' rang out on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, Scotland, on Saturday, two days after the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union.
Scotland however voted strongly to remain in the EU and the outcome of Thursday's vote is reigniting the question of Scottish independence.
Scotland voted in 2014 to remain a part of the UK, but that decision was seen by many as conditional on the UK remaining in the EU.
AFTER BrExit Ruth wants us to: abandon 27 of our neighbour countries
lose 80,000+ jobs in Scotland
have a 3rd country trading status under WTO
just so she keeps her 'look at me' status.
FMQs: BrExit v IndyRef215 June 2017 Scottish Parliament
First Minister of Scotland asks Queen of Swindon Spin for clarity on Tory approach to Single Market & Customs Union in BrExit negotiations
2016 - What motivations led British voters to choose Brexit.Thursday’s Brexit vote was largely a victory for right-wing British politics. But both “Leave” and “Remain” supporters had a plethora of political and emotional motivations. For a closer look at what drove the British majority to decide to exit the European Union, Judy Woodruff talks to former EU official Sir Michael Leigh and Tim Montgomerie of The Times of London.
Brexit: A Very British Coup? Documentary1 hour | This is the real story of the campaign for Brexit as told by a host of key people as they lived and breathed it. The programme features a range of senior politicians and campaigners including Boris Johnson, Iain Duncan Smith, Nigel Farage and Matthew Elliott, as well as Remain campaigners Lord Heseltine, Alan Duncan and Will Straw.
The Big Brexit Short - Bloomberg Expose' on Insider TradingOn the night of the Brexit referendum the British pound went into free fall, but while many watched with horror, a handful of hedge funds were making staggering profits. This is the story of the Brexit Big Short. Featuring Bloomberg writers Cam Simpson, Gavin Finch, and Kit Chellel.
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Former Facebook investor on its ‘morally wrong' direction.Last year this programme, along with the Observer, reported on how political consultancy firm Cambridge Analytica had acquired the Facebook data of 83 million users – a scandal that forced the Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to apologise to Congress.
TEDx Talks - Everything you know about Brexit is wrong...15min | So, Brexit? Gurminder Bhambra deeply explores the idea of Britain as a nation and challenges dominant narratives on the recent vote for Britain to leave the European Union. Gurminder K Bhambra is Professor of Postcolonial and Decolonial Studies at the University of Sussex.