Scotland’s Brexit negotiator said on Thursday it was still frustratingly unclear what kind of divorce the British government was seeking from the European Union, nearly five months after Britons voted in a referendum to leave.
“We’re not clear on what they want, exactly how they want it – there is some considerable lack of clarity in the present situation,” said Michael Russell, who is representing pro-EU Scotland in discussions about Brexit.
“It’s been frustrating but we are entering into those negotiations with good faith and we presume they are too,” he told Reuters during a visit to Berlin. Despite the uncertainty, Scotland would continue to work with the British government, he said
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