EDINBURGH - Scotland will remain part of the EU single market component after the British departure from the EU. That said, the Scottish Minister Nicola Sturgeon according to the BBC when she presented her proposals on the future relationship between Edinburgh and Brussels.
Sturgeon said at a news conference that for Britain 'to defend democracy is' to remain part of the single European market. She pointed out that British voters have just voted on a departure from the European Union.
The prime minister fears that 80 000 Scottish jobs could disappear in a departure from the single market. They therefore signed a new referendum on a Scottish leaving Britain not matter. 'Independence should remain as an option on the table,' she said.
Sturgeon said the Brexit a problem that was not created by Scotland. The prime minister should the Scots be possible to remain part of the European free trade area, even if the rest of the country does not.