Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced that Scotland will seek approval for a second referendum on independence. She said it was up to Scotland to choose "whether to follow the UK to hard Brexit or to become an independent country."
The Scottish Parliament has voted to deny consent for the EU Withdrawal Bill, which is currently going through national parliament in London. The decision could spark a constitutional crisis between Scotland and the UK.
Scotland's government has set up a bottom limit for pricing alcohol content. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said the move would "save lives."
Nuclear plant operator EDF Energy is hoping to restart a reactor it had to close because of new cracks. Experts have warned against extending the lives of old reactors, saying operators are "gambling with public safety."
Theresa May wants the rest of the British public to put on her rose-colored Brexit glasses. Meanwhile, the prime minister has missed another chance to fire Boris Johnson and the UK has been left out of the Galileo fun.
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