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On Brexit, do the Tories think they can simply ignore Scotland?

Scotland was meant to be an equal partner in these negotiations. It hasn’t been

By Ian Blackford  

SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford speaks during Prime Minister's Questions in the House of Commons. Photo: PA/PA Wire/PA Images

It is now 20 months since the European Union Referendum, in which the people of Scotland voted emphatically to “Remain.”

Over the course of these 20 months, the Tory government has shown itself to be fractured, clueless and woefully unprepared for its own Brexit. The cabinet is deeply divided, the prime minister is dancing to the tune of her hard right wing, and even in the face of their own…

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