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Was Theresa May wrong to visit Nicola Sturgeon regarding Brexit questions?

Thursday, 28th July 2016, 8:29 am
Updated Thursday, 28th July 2016, 9:34 am

Surely it should have been the other way around?

Mrs May is the British Prime Minister and that would have been the proper protocol procedure.

Nicola Sturgeon wants it both ways for Scotland.

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Britain paying for its NHS, education and domestic expenditure.

Europe making up for the decline in North Sea oil prices, agriculture, and other preliminary expenses that could possibly occur when Brexit finally comes about.

Is Brexit starting to become a state of regionalisation, with Parliament no longer able to function until Holyrood House sanctions what has been decreed as law in Westminster?

Britain, as a united country, voted in a referendum to leave the EU.

What is it Nicola Sturgeon finds so difficult to realise, in that leaving the EU is our vehement wish?

David Cameron made it perfectly clear before the referendum, we would only have one vote, to either remain or leave the EU.

We had that referendum; now the rest is history.

Hopefully it’s a successful future that we face, free from the grip of the EU.

Fred Gibbon,

Masefield Road,