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Brexit was 'a result of inequality', Nicola Sturgeon tells Seanad

Scottish First Minister said a fair society is essential to retain support for an open economy

29th November, 2016
Seanad leader Jerry Buttimer shakes hands with MSP Nicola Sturgeon

Seanad leader Jerry Buttimer said today that the 20 miles of water connecting Ireland and Scotland had facilitated strong interaction between the two countries in political, religious, economic, cultural and linguistic spheres.

She said that many of those who voted to leave the EU were clear that in doing so, they were not voting to leave the single market. There was no mandate to take any part of Britain out of the single market, she said.


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