Scottish leader slams UK 'xenophobia' over Brexit

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been a vocal critic of London's handling of the June 23 referendum which saw Britain vote to leave the European UnionScotland’s pro-EU leader Nicola Sturgeon, will on Thursday accuse the British government of “xenophobia” and “scapegoating of foreigners” in its approach to Brexit, according to comments released by her office. First Minister Sturgeon has been a vocal critic of London’s handling of the June 23 referendum which saw Britain vote to leave the European Union. In Scotland 62 percent voted to remain part of the 28-country bloc.

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