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Brexit: Scotland's Sturgeon says 'bad deal' will do 'real damage' to UK


Speaking at a joint press conference in London with the Scottish and Welsh Prime ministers, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says she believes the Brexit deal negotiated between the UK and the EU is a 'bad deal and a bad bill', insisting that those who voted in favour of it are doing 'real damage' to the UK. SOUNDBITE

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