Tory ministers who cannot back Theresa May’s Brexit plan should quit, says Ruth Davidson.
Sir, – It is with disappointment, but not surprise, that I learned of the fresh concerns over the future of Stracathro Hospital in The Courier (June 14).
Theresa May was told to “stop her charade” and dump her hard Brexit plans ahead of next week’s crucial votes in the Commons.
The contest to be the next deputy leader of the SNP may be in its early days, with the result not due to be announced until the party’s conference in June, but already it is turning out to be more interesting than it looks on paper.
Angus North and Mearns SNP MSP Mairi Gougeon is to meet RBS bosses to state the case for retention of its closure-threatened Montrose branch.
A “grubby back-room deal” by the SNP has sold an Angus branch of RBS down the river, it has been claimed.
Hopes were raised over the weekend for closure-threatened branches of RBS.
Theresa May has been told to intervene in RBS branch closures over claims alternative ways of banking are “degrading” for disabled people.
This year ends pretty much as it began in Scotland, with the First Minister sabre rattling over Europe to further her separatist agenda.
Theresa May was accused of double standards over her government’s refusal to intervene in the closure of Royal Bank of Scotland branches.