A lot has happened this week on Brexit: from the Scottish Government introducing a Bill to protect devolution, to the UK government’s latest shambolic negotiation efforts.
Here’s a quick summary.
Jeremy Corbyn confirmed that Labour still support a job-destroying Brexit that takes Scotland out of the Single Market.
I welcome any Labour movement in right direction but, tbh, it still sounds very similar to the ‘have cake and eat it’ approach of PM. Why Labour doesn’t just embrace a single market/CU outcome in full is beyond me. https://t.co/pzIK24HIIT
— Nicola Sturgeon (@NicolaSturgeon) February 26, 2018
Theresa May gave a speech on Brexit setting out a wishlist that has already been rejected by the EU.
And the SNP began a new campaign calling on the UK government to see sense and end the power grab in the UK Withdrawal Bill.