Nicola Sturgeon tells PM Brexit withdrawal bill 'not acceptable' in current form



Nicola Sturgeon has told Theresa May that the EU Withdrawal Bill is not acceptable to the Scottish Government in its current form.
Speaking after talks at 10 Downing Street, the Scottish First Minister said that no agreement on the way forward for Brexit was reached, but held out prospects of differences being ironed out in the weeks to come.
The devolved administrations of both Scotland and Wales have branded the legislation - which began its committee stage in the House of Commons on Tuesday - a "power grab", as it would return responsibilities in areas such as agriculture from... read more

 
14 November 2017 in Politics, Views: 56
Source: Daily Record
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