el lobby escocès a Brussel·les, a tota màquina
Scottish politicians are waging a battle to win friends in Brussels. Politicians and officials in Scotland are behind two main drives to lobby their EU counterparts. One, backed by the Scottish government, seeks to reassure the EU that Scotland — which voted against Brexit — wants to maintain close and friendly ties to the bloc. At the same time, Scottish National Party (SNP) politicians are engaged in an effort dubbed “Project No Surprises” that seeks to reassure European policymakers that an independent Scotland would be a reliable and familiar partner, committed to EU and NATO membership. Read more here about the campaigning — and the debate around Scotland’s relationship with Brussels.