Public turn out to hear Brexit debate

The Brexit debating table at SAMS on Monday

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More than 20 members of the public turned out to a Brexit debate at the Scottish Association for Marine Science, Dunbeg, on Monday.

A panel of three experts gave a media, think tank and higher education viewpoint.

The event was organised by the Scottish Centre on European Relations in collaboration with the University of the Highlands and Islands and the European Commission’s Scotland office.

Pictured from left is chairwoman Dr Michele Stanley, Interim Associate Director at SAMS; Mure Dickie, Financial Times Scotland; Anthony Salamone, Scottish Centre on European Relations; Linda Stewart, Director of European and International Development at the University of the Highlands and Islands.