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  • Scotland in Europe Update 23rd December 2016

    This week my thoughts are firmly with those affected by the horrific events in Germany. At times like these we must all work together to build bridges between nations and communities, not sow seeds of division through our words or actions.
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  • Belgium's Mannekin Pis 'is a true Scotsman!'

    To celebrate St Andrew's Day, Belgium's much-loved Mannekin Pis statue in Brussels has been decked out in a custom kilt outfit made from a specially-designed "Scotland in Europe" tartan. The design was a result of a competition run by Scottish Member of the European Parliament Mr Alyn Smith some years ago, and will be on display all day today.
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  • Standing ovation for Alyn at the German Greens conference

    Alyn Smith SNP MEP was invited to address the German Green Party conference in Muenster this month. Following a stirring speech in German, he received a standing ovation in support of his message of co-operation, solidarity and Europe. Read on for a translation and the full video: 
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  • Scotland did not let you down; do not let Scotland down

    Standing ovation in the European Parliament for Scotland's place in EU.  SNP MEP Alyn Smith has today addressed the European Parliament making clear Scotland’s desire to continue our membership of the EU – and received an unprecedented standing ovation from MEPs.
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  • Scotland votes to remain in the EU

    In Scotland, we won the EU referendum, emphatically and beyond doubt, and in every community from Shetland to Stranraer. I shared platforms up and down the nation in more meetings than I can remember with decent folk from all politics and none, Labour, Greens, LibDems and Tories, putting aside our differences to work on what we agree are Scotland's best interests.
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