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Scottish parliament votes to refuse consent for Britain's EU withdrawal bill

Reuters India Tuesday, 15 May 2018 ()
LONDON (Reuters) - The Scottish parliament voted on Tuesday to refuse consent to Britain's flagship Brexit legislation, increasing constitutional uncertainty over how the exit from the European Union will proceed.
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