Social researcher, Mark Differley, and writer for Scottish Centre on European Relations, Kirsty Huges, analyse the impact of Brexit on Scotland.
Known for his distinctive dress sense almost as much as his radical views, the economist Yanis Varoufakis rose to international prominence in 2015. As the Finance Minister of Greece's debt-ridden Government which had months of fractious negotiations with the EU. Since then he's written a number of books and co-founded a leftwing pan-European political movement. On a visit to the Edinburgh Book Festival, he sat down with STV's Political Editor Bernard Ponsonby to talk socialism, populism and Scottish independence.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon talks to Jon Snow about what Brexit could mean for Scottish independence. She also discusses Alex Salmond, Scotland’s drug problems - and the odds of a coalition with Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour.
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