Holyrood clash over Brexit's economy
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Accusations over the economic impact of the UK vote for Brexit dominates FMQs

The economic impact of the UK vote for Brexit dominated the final First Minister's Questions before Holyrood's summer recess.

Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson said the UK market was worth more to Scottish trade than the EU bloc.

Nicola Sturgeon accused the Tories of bringing the country to the brink of an economic crisis by calling the EU vote in an effort to resolve internal party politics.

  • 30 Jun 2016