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PMQs: Douglas Chapman and Theresa May on Brexit and Scotland
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PMQs: Douglas Chapman and Theresa May on Brexit and Scotland


The SNP’s Douglas Chapman asks the prime minister about lessons from Brexit negotiations to help Scotland dissolve the Act of Union.

Theresa May said the government has been working with devolved administrations to ensure “the voice of the devolved administrations has been heard”.

Prime Minister’s Questions: The verdict



Source BBC News

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