Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon speaks at the launch of an analysis paper on Scotland's future relationship with Europe, at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, Britain January 15, 2018. REUTERS/John Linton/Pool
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Scotland's economy would shrink by 8.5 percent if Britain leaves the EU without a deal, Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon warned Monday as she pushed for Britain to stay in the European single market.Scotland backed EU membership by 62 percent in the June 2016 referendum, compared to the overall U.K. vote of 52 percent in favor of Brexit.A year and a half after Britain's shock referendum vote to leave the EU, May has still not set out what kind of relationship she wants with the bloc after Brexit.U.K. foreign minister Boris Johnson also told friends he is worried that Britain will accept a Brexit deal that leaves it subordinate to Brussels, making the 2016 EU referendum a "total waste of time," The Sun newspaper reported Monday.
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