Brexit May Cut Tax Revenue by 13%, Scottish Government SaysBy
Report sees lower Scots GDP under post-Brexit trading deal
Sturgeon has floated idea of new independence referendum
Brexit will hit the Scottish economy and cut the semi-autonomous government’s tax revenue by as much as 13 percent by 2030, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s administration said.
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