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Scotland could control its own migration after Brexit, says Scots minister

GLASGOW, Scotland (Reuters) - Scotland may try to wrest control over migration as part of a new enhanced devolution deal once Britain leaves the European Union, Scotland's minister for EU negotiations said on Friday.
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