No 'running commentary' on Brexit, says PM
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PMQs: May and Robertson on Brexit and single market

The SNP's Westminster leader accuses the prime minister of "waffle" over Brexit talks, before asking if she wanted the UK to remain fully within the European single market.

But Theresa May said Angus Robertson did "not seem to quite understand what the vote on 23 June was about" when he appeared to pose the same question twice.

She said the UK would build a "new relationship with the European Union", but that it would not be right to give a "running commentary on negotiations".

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