This is awkward:

The UK faces a constitutional crisis after the Scottish Parliament rejected a key Brexit law.

MSPs refused to give their consent … to the EU Withdrawal Bill , Theresa May’s bid to ensure Brussels laws continue after Brexit Day in 2019.

Tory ministers say the Bill is essential – but they have been embroiled in a row with devolved governments, who fear they’ll be deprived of power.

Now the Prime Minister must choose whether to accept tonight’s 93-30 vote, plunging herself into a Brexit crisis, or ignore it, plunging herself into a constitutional crisis.

Westminster has never before introduced laws on devolved areas without the approval of the Scottish Parliament.

Source: UK plunged into constitutional crisis as Scottish Parliament rejects key Brexit law – Mirror Online

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