Scotland’s First Minister came out of Downing Street talks to declare that the Prime Minister’s stance had been “deeply frustrating”.
After two hours of talks, an exasperated Sturgeon told reporters: “I don’t know any more now about the UK Government’s approach to the EU negotiations than I did before I went in to the meeting.”
Andrew Tyrie, the Tory chairman of the Treasury Select Committee, later warned May that her policy of “saying as little as possible” would damage the UK’s economy as firms quit for more stability overseas.
And as No.10 revealed that there would be a Commons debate on Brexit “before Christmas”, former Attorney General Dominic Grieve said that it was time to give MPs not just a discussion but a vote on the Government’s strategy.
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