New PM has 'no mandate' for Brexit in Scotland
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Nicola Sturgeon: New PM has no mandate for Brexit in Scotland

The first minister has been meeting Gibraltar's chief minister Fabian Picardo.

Both Scotland and Gibraltar voted to remain with the EU.

Nicola Sturgeon told the BBC that the new prime minister did not have a mandate to press ahead with Brexit on behalf of Scotland and other areas of the UK that voted to stay with the bloc.

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