May (l) and Sturgeon (r) in July. Their agreement on working together seems to be over. (Photo: First minister of Scotland/flickr)

British and Scottish leaders lock horns on Brexit

British and Scottish leaders are drifting further apart in their visions of Brexit and of UK immigration policy.

“[British prime minister] Theresa May's vision of Brexit Britain is a deeply ugly one - a country where people are judged not by their ability or their contribution to the common god but by their birthplace or by their passport," Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Wednesday (5 October).

She had earlier said in a message posted on Twitter: "We seem to have ...

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