I’m keen to speak to local businesses and individuals, in Inverclyde, on their views on Brexit and what they perceive as the opportunities or threats.
The Scottish Government have published ‘Scotland’s Place in Europe’ which sets out the Scottish Government’s position following the result of the EU Referendum.
However, the decision to leave the European Union will have a number of direct consequences for businesses and individuals here in Inverclyde, such as changes to the Single Market and membership of the Customs Union.
Therefore, I’m keen to speak to any businesses or individuals who would like to discuss the implications of Brexit and what it means for them.
It’s clear the Prime Minister has stated her plans for a Hard Brexit and will be triggering Article 50, before the end of March, so it’s important I hear from a wide range of constituents in-order to represent their views in Parliament.
Scotland’s Place in Europe sets out the Scottish Government’s position following the result of the EU Referendum – http://www.gov.scot/Publications/2016/12/9234.