British Prime Minister Theresa May met with leaders of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland in London on October 24 to form a unified Brexit negotiating position. But the Scottish leader described the meeting as “deeply frustrating”.

As reported by the Reuters news agency, May wants the devolved governments of the UK's three smaller nations to share their views on what the Brexit terms should be and called on them not to seek separate settlements with the EU.

“I don't know what the UK's ne...

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