Nicola Sturgeon says there 'may well be argument' for Brexit deal vote



Nicola Sturgeon has said there "may well be" a case for putting the Brexit deal to voters for their approval once it has been decided.
The Scottish First Minister spoke out after condemning the ''xenophobic rhetoric'' of the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham, with Ms Sturgeon insisting she ''would absolutely stand full square square " with any company which refused to list foreign workers.
The proposal - which Ms Sturgeon branded "disgraceful" - was put forward by the Tories along with plans for more UK students to get access to medical degrees to reduce... read more

 
6 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 35
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