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Nicola Sturgeon: Brexit deal doesn't have any chance of getting through in next vote

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Nicola Sturgeon: Brexit deal doesn't have any chance of getting through in next vote

Nicola Sturgeon: Brexit deal doesn't have any chance of getting through in next vote

Nicola Sturgeon doesn't think Theresa May has any chance of getting her deal through parliament.

Scotland's First Minister made the comments as she met EU nationals working at the University of Glasgow.

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