PM: No Holyrood veto over Brexit talks
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Theresa May wants Holyrood 'fully engaged' with Brexit talks

The prime minister has told BBC Scotland she wants the Scottish government to be ''fully engaged'' in the Brexit talks but has emphasized that ministers in Edinburgh can have no veto over the process.

Theresa May has also come out firmly against a second Scottish independence referendum, saying Scotland and the rest of the UK benefit from being part of the Union.

BBC Scotland's Westminster correspondent David Porter spoke to the prime minister ahead of the Conservative party conference.

  • 30 Sep 2016