Joan Hoey, regional director for Europe at the Economist Intelligence Unit, talks about the Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s comments on the U.K.’s snap general election.
Scotland's leader Nicola Sturgeon, who has been a critic of Donald Trump, said Wednesday she would agree to meet the U.S. president and try to build on the already strong relationship between Scotland and the United States.
Scottish independence is not about sympathy but rather the grounds for its cessation from the U.K. should be based on "pure economic logic".
The former first minister of Scotland has heaped criticism on the U.K. prime minister just hours before the official triggering of Brexit.
Alex Salmond, former leader of the SNP, says that "Scotland has many friends across this continent," where as the U.K. has "hardly a single friend left."
Alex Salmond, former leader and current international affairs spokesperson of the SNP, says that U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May has "disunited the home team."
A U.K. energy firm has seen shares spike after confirming a large oil find off Scotland's north coast.
Matt Beech at the University of Hull says the Scottish leader is trying to further the Scottish National Party's agenda but the people don't want the same things.
John Browne of Euro Pacific Capital says Scotland would have a difficult time dealing with oil revenues and a new currency if it leaves the U.K. now.
Andrew RT Davies, Brexit campaigner and leader of the Welsh Conservatives, discusses a potential second Scottish independence referendum.
CNBC’s Willem Marx talks about the rising tensions between the U.K.’s Prime Minister and Scotland’s First Minister, when it comes to Brexit and a possible independence referendum.
CNBC’s Willem Marx breaks down what the U.K. Prime Minister is expected to say on Friday, when it comes to uniting the United Kingdom.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost reports the latest on the Brexit debate in the U.K. with Scottish lawmakers calling for another independence referendum.
“This referendum that the SNP are now wanting - or are expecting to have - really doesn’t help the negotiations,” Baroness Verma told CNBC.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May speaks to parliament about the impact of Brexit on Scotland.
The U.K. parliament has passed the Brexit bill and the Scottish National Party has announced its intention to hold a second referendum on independence. CNBC’s Willem Marx has more.
Alan McIntosh, chief investment strategist at Quilter Cheviot, says it’s clear that economically, an independent Scotland would be tough place to operate in.
CNBC’s Willem Marx discusses how significant a second vote on independence for the Scots could be, as the U.K. negotiates its divorce from the EU.
It could take more than two years to negotiate Britain's exit from the E.U., warns Peter Mathews of Cypress College.
Scotland's economy is closely linked with the U.K. so independence could bring heavy costs, said Stefan Auer from the University of Hong Kong.