Ni­cola Stur­geon re­news calls for the de­volved ad­min­is­tra­tions to have a seat at the ta­ble in Brexit talks

The Scotsman - - Perspective / Letters To The Editor -

It is re­ally trou­bling that these for­mal ne­go­ti­a­tions are get­ting un­der way to­day led by a UK Govern­ment that has no man­date, no cred­i­bil­ity, no author­ity and no clear idea even amongst its own ranks of what it’s try­ing to achieve… same as the SNP then!? – Toup Is Ms Stur­geon go­ing to demon­strate in­clu­sive­ness and ar­gue for the Scot­tish fish­er­men who want to Leave and have a Scot­tish fish­ing in­dus­try? Or does her “in­clu­sive­ness” only cover those who voted Re­main? – Ket­tle My Swede The first step for the SNP to be con­sid­ered as part of the ne­go­ti­a­tions team is to drop their de­mand for a sec­ond ref­er­en­dum. The next step is to agree that West­min­ster should act in the in­ter­ests of ev­ery­one in the UK, with no spe­cial treat­ment for Scot­land. – Go­foritceltic Theresa May rolled the dice and put party be­fore Union. She lost, and was slapped down by the vot­ers. She needs to un­der­stand that the peo­ple have spo­ken and de­mand all have a fair say in Brexit talks. Rod­er­ick J Stiff­in­g­ton

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