Village with no road and the EU
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EU Referendum and its impact on remote communities

Some of Scotland's remote communities depend heavily on EU subsidies and development funds.

Brussels can seem like a world away, so how is the debate on the EU referendum being played out there?

The Scoraig Peninsula, in the West Highlands, is home to around 70 people.

BBC Scotland's Jackie O'Brien has been to the village that has no main roads with the main access by boat.

  • 17 Jun 2016