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Scottish Parliament Votes To Oppose Brexit Bill

Newsy Wednesday, 16 May 2018 ()
Scottish Parliament Votes To Oppose Brexit BillWatch VideoThe Scottish Parliament rejected the current Brexit bill, setting up a clash between London and Edinburgh.

Legally speaking, Scotland can't do much about Brexit. The U.K. government can go forward with Brexit without Scotland's consent. But it would set up a constitutional crisis of a scale not seen in the 20 years...
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News video: Scottish Parliament Votes to Oppose Brexit Bill

▶ Scottish Parliament Votes to Oppose Brexit Bill 00:44

The U.K. can go along with Brexit without Scotland's consent, but that could set up a huge constitutional crisis.

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