A tale of caution one year on from Brexit vote
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A tale of caution one year on from Brexit vote

One year on from the UK voting to leave the European Union and Prime Minister Theresa May has offered EU nationals who have lived five years in the country similar rights to Britons.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon welcomed the move but said she would like to see the detail of the plan.

Leading pro-Brexit campaigner and UK Rural Affairs Secretary Michael Gove highlighted the "opportunities" for the fishing industry during a visit to Peterhead.

BBC Scotland's political correspondent Andrew Kerr reports.