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onsdag 28 juni 2017

EU Negotiations and Scotland's Future

EU Negotiations and Scotland's Future
- In working towards that goal, my responsibility as First Minister is to build as much unity and consensus as possible. That is why, after the election I said I would reflect on the outcome and, in particular, on the issue of an independence referendum. I have done so carefully, taking time to listen to a broad spectrum of voices. I want to set out today where those reflections have taken me.
Before I do so, let me underline two enduring points.
Firstly, it remains my view, and indeed the position of this government that at the end of the Brexit process, the people of Scotland should have a choice about our future direction as a country.