Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May walks through the Houses of Parliament during the State Opening of Parliament in central London. She raised the possibility approval by Scotland of the Brexit law may be needed. Photo: Reutersl Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May walks through the Houses of Parliament during the State Opening of Parliament in central London. She raised the possibility approval by Scotland of the Brexit law may be needed. Photo: Reutersl
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May walks through the Houses of Parliament during the State Opening of Parliament in central London. She raised the possibility approval by Scotland of the Brexit law may be needed. Photo: Reutersl
Brexit

Scotland may get a separate vote to approve the UK’s Brexit repeal law

A vote by Scotland could create a new layer of complexity on taking Britain out of the EU as Wales and Northern Ireland may have to vote as well

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Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May walks through the Houses of Parliament during the State Opening of Parliament in central London. She raised the possibility approval by Scotland of the Brexit law may be needed. Photo: Reutersl Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May walks through the Houses of Parliament during the State Opening of Parliament in central London. She raised the possibility approval by Scotland of the Brexit law may be needed. Photo: Reutersl
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May walks through the Houses of Parliament during the State Opening of Parliament in central London. She raised the possibility approval by Scotland of the Brexit law may be needed. Photo: Reutersl
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