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On July 25, one month on from the EU referendum result, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon outlined the next steps towards securing Scotland's place in Europe in a speech in Edinburgh.
Options to protect Scotland in EU
"The question for me is not if I am going to protect Scotland's interests, it is how I am going to do it."
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon
On 15 July First Minister Nicola Sturgeon met UK Prime Minister Theresa May at Bute House in Edinburgh.
Afterwards, the FM said there had been constructive discussions over Scotland’s relationship with Europe and how it might continue following the outcome of the EU referendum.
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Page updated: Monday, July 25, 2016