Along with a Catalan separatist MEP, according to the Glasgow Herald…
Mr Terricabras – who represents the SNP’s main Catalan allies Republicana Esquerra in the parliament – made clear his support for a deal with Scotland.
He said: “To me it seems extraordinarily important for Catalans to see the possibilities that there are for an agreement with Scotland, for Scotland to have a new relationship with Europe.”
Never waste a crisis. Except, the French, have confirmed there are no negotiations with Scotland. And, contrary to the impression given by the dFM, the NI Assembly have voted down a special deal for Northern Ireland.
As Bruno noted yesterday:
This phoney war stage of #Brexit is becoming monumentally tedious
— Bruno Waterfield (@BrunoBrussels) November 30, 2016
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