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Scotland-UK Brexit Deal Appears Closer After 'Cordial' Talks Between Leaders

WorldNews Wednesday, 15 November 2017
Scotland-UK Brexit Deal Appears Closer After 'Cordial' Talks Between LeadersScottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has expressed greater optimism that the Scottish and United Kingdom governments can strike a deal on Brexit after a “cordial” meeting with Prime Minister Theresa May in London, The Guardian reports. Speaking outside No 10 Downing Street, the first minister said her private meeting with the prime minister on Tuesday, which was dominated by discussions over the European Union withdrawal bill, was more fruitful than their previous encounters. Sturgeon warned there was “still a long way to go” but suggested they were edging toward a deal for the first time, ending an impasse that threatened a major crisis over May’s Brexit plans.“That was a better meeting;...
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News video: UK faces new pressure over Brexit bill

▶ UK faces new pressure over Brexit bill 01:21

You’ve got weeks to tell us what you’ll pay, or risk delaying talks on future relations. That’s the message from the EU, as it piles more pressure on Britain to be clearer about its financial obligations when Brexiting in 2019, after the latest talks in Brussels. Michel Barnier, the EU’s...

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