london - The governments of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have the opportunity with 'brexit minister, 'David Davis to talk about the relationship of the United Kingdom to the European Union after the brexit. That leaves the London government know Monday.
The leaders of the three countries, which enjoy varying degrees of autonomy, given the end of the year at least twice the opportunity to give their views on the future.
Support for withdrawal of Britain from the EU is not always widely accepted. If Scotland want a referendum on independence. Scottish Premier Sturgeon believes that London is not at the expense of Scotland decide to leave the EU.
The British government wants the EU single deal, which applies to the whole of Great Britain.