Brexit and Greenock Ocean Terminal

In Inverclyde we have Greenock Ocean Terminal where goods are imported and exported around the world.  However, as Scotland is dragged out of the European Union and ultimately the customs union there are genuine concerns about the import and export of goods.

A failure to remain in the Single Market or to secure a free trade agreement would see Scotland’s GDP around £12.7 billion lower by 2030 than it would be under continued EU membership

For the sake of jobs, the economy and the next generation, the UK Government must drop its hard Brexit red-lines so that Scotland and the UK can stay inside the Single Market and Customs Union.