Scottish Convervatives and Europe – Interview with Donald Cameron

The Scottish Conservatives have distanced themselves from Boris Johnson over partygate. But where do they stand now over Brexit and relations between Scotland and the UK with the European Union and Europe? Do they fully support the Prime Minister’s approach? Or would they adopt a more conciliatory approach to Brussels?
In the second of our series of interviews/debates with the Holyrood-based parties on this issue, Donald Cameron MSP (and current Shadow Cabinet Secretary for the Constitution, External Affairs and Culture) talks to David Gow, ex-Guardian correspondent in Europe and EMiS executive member.
10 March 2022

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