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The UK Government is attempting to remove 24 areas of devolved control from the Scottish Parliament, claiming this is necessary for trade negotiations associated with Brexit. The areas include genetically modified crops, food standards, animal welfare, chemical regulation and environmental quality. This is being called "The Westminster power grab", and risks creating a constitutional crisis and subsequent civil unrest. On 23rd March 2018 there was a major protest in Edinburgh: "Hands Off Our Parliament".
The Scottish First Minister explains why the two governments have so far failed to reach an agreement.
And the well-regarded political journalist, Iain Macwhirter, examines the issue in more depth.
The head of Food Standards Scotland has also warned against facilitation of trade at the expense of health protection.
'Cover-up' claim over fish farm pesticide SEPA emails show Government collusion over pollution
Cromarty Rising appeal Against plans to trans-ship crude oil where Cromarty Firth dolphins live
Scottish Dolphin Centre See dolphins swim wild in the Moray Firth, and help to protect whales and dolphins
Gometra salmon farm Industrial development and dirty tricks in a National Scenic Area (Staffa / Iona) (Petition failed)
Save our Antibiotics Poor farming practices threaten the effectiveness of antibiotics in medicine
Counting down to climate change Doctors' review shows changes cause damaging effects on health worldwide now
Climate change likely to have severe effects and postponing action escalates costs - IPCC Report (AR5) Nov 2014
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Details of IPCC 5th Assessment Report (AR5) and final summary
Stop Climate Chaos Scotland Get active in Scotland against the chaos of climate change
2011-15, Hottest 5 years on record World Meteorological Organization analyses global warming & extreme weather
Short guide to climate science Basic questions about climate change, with answers from the Royal Society
UK Without Incineration Network Incineration depresses recycling, wastes valuable resources, emits greenhouse gases
Energy Fair See how nuclear energy is subsidised by the consumer - to the disadvantage of renewable sources
Goodbye fossil & nuclear fuels The UK could have had all its electricity from renewable sources by 2022
A corruption of governance? Evidence to UK Parliament favouring new nuclear stations misrepresented Government analyses
Fukushima fudged UK Government colluded with industry to play down the Fukushima nuclear accident
Nuclear power stations cause childhood leukaemia The evidence is based on a close look at Europe-wide data
Nuclear waste dumps bypass public control New English planning law rushed through at end of Parliament 2015
No2NuclearPower Take a critical look at the UK nuclear industry
Trident, Deterrence and UK Security Exposes the flaws in the Government's assertion that nuclear deterrence is effective
Nuclear weapons were nearly used by accident Royal Institute report analyses several incidents. Outline by co-author
Support Liberty and stop the UK Government scrapping the Human Rights Act
New 'trade secrets' law seen as threat Opposition to current proposals for new European Union directive
Global Justice Now opposes corporate exploitation of the world's poorest, and trade deals like CETA and TTIP
Scotland Against TTIP for ongoing actions against the secretive trade negotiations, including CETA
Edward Snowden's exposé MPs criticise oversight of mass surveillance of private communications. Read report
Wikileaks examined 'The Guardian' scrutinises whistleblowers' documents on WikiLeaks
Spokes - the Lothian Cycle Campaign - for improved cycling conditions and facilities