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Brexit: Wales and Scotland to launch challenge against Theresa May's bid for sweeping new powers

Wales and Scotland will formally lay down a challenge to Theresa May's Brexit plans this week, warning she risks a constitutional crisis if changes are not made. Governments in both nations are expected to officially submit documents confirming their intention to withhold consent for the Prime Minister's approach to EU withdrawal unless it radically alters. Conservative ministers have admitted to The Independent that pushing on without their backing could hold up Brexit, while politicians outside England warn it will strain the UK at the seams.
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