Nicola Sturgeon returns from her visit to Germany and her meeting over Scotland’s place in the Europe and immediately announces a funding package to boost the economy – Question is this her words or Merkel’s and is this another EU funded deal – #StandUPScotland – @AceNewsServices

#AceNewsReport – Aug.10: Nicola Sturgeon has announced £100m of new funding to boost Scotland’s economy and support businesses in the wake of the UK’s vote to #Leave the EU in a #Brexit
Sturgeon unveils £100m Scottish economic stimulus plan_90737123_nsp12vpm.jpgFirst Minister Nicola Sturgeon announces £100m of new funding to boost Scotland’s economy in the wake of the #Brexit vote.

The Scottish government is to create extra support for job-creating projects and arrangements to help businesses deal with uncertainty.

Ms Sturgeon also called for the UK government to help boost the economy.

Scottish Secretary David Mundell is also to hold talks with business leaders and youth groups about Brexit.

Mr Mundell is is due to meet representatives from key groups and sectors, such as farming and oil and gas, about the impact of the EU vote which took place in June.

Ms Sturgeon has just returned from Germany, where she held talks about Scotland’s place in Europe with the German Minister of State for Europe Michael Roth.

During a visit to the Golden Jubilee hospital in Clydebank, she announced an expansion of the government’s existing infrastructure investment plan, along with new arrangements to engage with businesses to shape policy and provide up-to-date information and advice.

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