SNP: Brexit doesn't feel like 'partnership of equals'
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SNP: Brexit doesn't feel like 'partnership of equals'

SNP's Fiona Hyslop has said she would be "negligent" in her duties if she didn't pursue the interests of the Scottish people, including single market access.

The SNP's culture and external affairs minister told the Today programme that the UK put Scotland in this position and if it's meant to be "a partnership of equals" that it "doesn't seem like that to Scotland".

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