PM: 'Significant increase in power for devolved administrations'
Theresa May said it was her "expectation" that the Brexit process would result in a "significant increase" in power for the devolved administrations.
In her Article 50 address to the House of Commons, the prime minister said: "No decisions currently taken by the devolved administrations will be removed from them and it is the expectation of the government that the devolved administrations in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland will see a significant increase in their decision making power as a result of this process."
29 Mar 2017
- From the section Scotland politics