Ian Murray tells PM Brexit plans are ‘threat to the union’
Labour’s former shadow Scottish secretary has accused Theresa May of being a threat to the Union because of her Government’s Brexit plans.
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Ian Murray suggested uncertainty over whether the UK could lose access to the European single market was putting jobs in Scotland at risk as he called on the Prime Minister to guarantee that no one will lose out financially as a result of divorce from Brussels.
But Mrs May rejected Mr Murray’s criticism as she said she wanted to secure “the best possible trade deal for the United Kingdom... read more
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